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Conventional Thinking: Know when to fold ‘em
Sep16

Conventional Thinking: Know when to fold ‘em

Take a drive from Dallas to Oklahoma City on I-35, and one thing becomes readily apparent. Texas is plagued with pornography shops, and Oklahoma is not. Yet before we feel too good about ourselves, stop to think how many casinos and billboards advertising the state lottery we have along the highway in Oklahoma. In the grand scheme of things, pornography provides a more universal temptation, but gambling also has a corrosive influence...

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In with the new: El Reno, First dedicates new property, celebrates milestone
Sep15

In with the new: El Reno, First dedicates new property, celebrates milestone

EL RENO—The weekend of Sept. 7 was a celebration time for El Reno, First, as members gathered Saturday evening for a time of fellowship worship and rejoicing at its new location. After months of construction of the new facilities, the new doors were finally opened for worship, culminating a long journey. “Our church has been abundantly blessed,” said Charlie Blount, who has served as pastor for more than six years....

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Conventional Thinking: Sports on Sunday
Sep08

Conventional Thinking: Sports on Sunday

Jameis Winston, the Heisman-winning quarterback of the Florida State Seminoles (whom OSU almost defeated), said in a recent interview with ESPN, “I have played at every level of football, except on Sundays.” Winston, who boasted of his playing days in Little League and in High School, was of course referring to the NFL. The comment shows just how much has changed in so little time, as a vast majority of Little League and...

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Conventional Thinking: Contraception wars
Sep02

Conventional Thinking: Contraception wars

The Obama Administration just won’t give up on the idea of a “contraception” mandate. The drive to make contraception (and pills that are promoted as contraception but actually are likely to be abortion-inducing), was continued on Aug. 22, when the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a new set of rules pertaining to the mandate (See page 2 news). While the new rules supposedly create an opt-out for...

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Conventional Thinking: Immorality disguised as liberty
Aug26

Conventional Thinking: Immorality disguised as liberty

Update: Since this article was published, the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City has dropped its lawsuit, as the taken communion elements were returned. The Black Mass event is still scheduled to occur, according to reports. There they go again. The so-called Satanists are again bringing their act to Oklahoma and making headlines in the process. Last year, the Satanic Temple of New York City submitted plans for a monument of Satan on the...

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