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Judgment’s Cure for Judgmentalism

Posted  August 27, 2016  by  Duane Covrig

Somewhere in my teens I developed a deep judgmentalism. I can’t blame my family. My parents gave us lots of freedom, were very non-judgmental and their positions as a teacher and a nurse, gave them skills of nurturing. I can’t … Continue reading

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Democratic Republics need Educated Citizens and Wise Leadership

Posted  July 24, 2016  by  Duane Covrig

The Influence of Democratic Republics on Morality Democracy has shaped the moral landscape of the west for centuries. It has led many to throw off monarchies and lose their interest in dictators. It has made the WEST suspicious when power … Continue reading

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Prophets and Politics

Posted  July 20, 2016  by  Duane Covrig

If you live in the United States it is hard to avoid the vitriolic moral wars that characterize this year’s U.S. Presidential race. The police shootings of black men and the shooting of police has fueled an added moral fear … Continue reading

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7 Rests Worth Entering

Posted  June 21, 2016  by  Duane Covrig

I had one of those four and a half hour nights recently. I was running low on energy and high on bad attitude the next day. The next night was different. 7-8 hours of sleep does wonders for me. It … Continue reading

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Authority in Ethics 4: Satan’s Power, Jesus’ Incarnation

Posted  March 23, 2016  by  Duane Covrig

We are in the middle of a 7 part series on power and authority in Christian Adventist Ethics. I first introduced power as the ability to influence and move people or things and authority as legitimate power. I argued authority … Continue reading

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