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  • Time to Reset Our Moral Compass

    Posted on April 22, 2015 in Inspirational Writings by Jack T Scully

    Time to Reset The Moral Compass in AmericaHow did we come to a time in which spirituality, principles, and the family are minority virtues? All too often, we hear that God, religion, and morality are matters of personal opinion since man is a highly evolved being -- the apex arbiter of life on earth. Surely, he does not need a higher power or a religious leader telling him what is right and wrong. But once we fall into that self-serving trap, situational ethics and personal gratification trump absolute moral laws. In such a world, c

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  • The Earth Is Putting On Its New Clothes

    Posted on April 10, 2015 in Inspirational Writings by Jack T Scully

    Forsythia in BloomIn New England, the signs of April are slowly materializing: peepers are singing in ponds, robins are returning, crocus and daffodil have emerged from their subterranean homes, and the matted turf is turning green. Spring's two early blooming shrubs, bright yellow forsythia (pictured here) and white flowering dogwood, are beginning to unfold their leaves in sunny places. In addition to nature's signs, I always associate months with poems. Robert Frost, of course, reminds us of December

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  • Proof Positive for the Resurrection

    Posted on April 5, 2015 in Inspirational Writings by Jack T Scully

    Jesus Welcomes AllThe following timely article comes to us from the Y-Jesus Magazine, edited by Larry Chapman. --- JTS   A skeptic of the resurrection, Simon Greenleaf (1783–1853) helped to put the Harvard Law School on the map. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="350" class="zemanta-img"] Simon Greenleaf (1783-1853) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] He wrote the three-volume legal masterpiece, A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, which is still regarded as “the greatest single authorit

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