When Justice is a “Sham”

Amanda Evinger at Seton Magazine writes Six Tips on Teaching Apologetics to Inquiring Teenage Minds. "When I was 20, I arrived at a point in my life where I knew that some day I would die, and when I died, I wanted to be in the fullness of the Truth."

Secondly, Mitchell Kalpakgian, Ph. D writes for Truth and Charity Forum, When Justice is a “Sham". A fantastic read on how the innocent can be punished unjustly more than those who are more "learned".

Lastly, Regis Martin at Crisis Magazine writes The Past is a Place. "For without a sense of the past, which then determines the present, we remain blindsided by the future."

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