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A number of Christian colleges are considering hiring armed security guards to monitor their campuses and hopefully to prevent any possible attacks.
When we cannot predict tragedy, we can still prepare for it.
A shooting took place Thursday at Umpqua Community College in Oregon where witnesses said the gunman specifically targeted Christians.
What happens when an entire generation grows up believing that they’re so special they deserve nothing but the best in life? Well, disappointment. And worse.
How do we respond when everything is on the line? In fear, or in faith? Or perhaps in a little of both? Well, one amazing story is getting national attention.
In the face of tragedy a brave school secretary talked a raging gunman to lay down his weapon. The weapon that she used was the love of Jesus and her testimony of grace. She takes no credit for her heroic action -- instead, she gives all glory to God for saving the lives of the entire school as well the gunman.
Most of the president's proposals won't work because we don't respect life and teach we evolved from slime, not that we were created by God. We're paying a price for ignoring God and gun violence is just one example.
In the wake of last week's massacre of 20 first-graders at Sandy Hook Elementary, two main subjects of debate have emerged regarding how to prevent future tragedies: better gun control versus better treatment of mental illness. A recent survey of attitudes toward gun control suggests where evangelicals and other religious groups stand on the issue.
In response to the deadly mass shooting Friday in Newtown, Conn., former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said new laws regulating guns won't deter such shootings, linking the removal of God from the classroom to increased violence in schools.
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