“A Word on Repentance,” by Andrew J. Schatkin Repentance is a concept in the Christian belief system and posits and demands an admission of wrongdoing on the part of the person repenting and general remorse in that admission. Hence, people are told by the church
“Something about Contraception,” by Andrew J. Schatkin A few years ago, I had a chance to come across and read an op-ed piece in the May 23, 2012 issue of The New York Times. This was an article by Maureen Dowd, a New York Times
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“A Last and Final Word on Abortion,” by Andrew J. Schatkin For many people, their favoring abortion stems from a concern for women’s rights. I think this analysis is not quite right. As a Christian, my opposition to abortion on demand stems from the commandment
“Sonship,” by Andrew J. Schatkin In certain section of the New Testament, there is the discussion or use of the term “sonship.” I would like to talk somewhat about those passages. In Saint Paul’s letter to the Romans, chapter l8, verse 29, Paul says “for
“A Few More Words about Abortion,” by Andrew J. Schatkin In a previous book, entitled “Essays on the Christian Worldview,” and in a subsequent blog and YouTube video, I had an essay entitled “Why I am Against Abortion.” In that blog and essay and video,
“A Look at and Understanding of Discrimination Law,” by Andrew J. Schatkin At the present time in the United States, there are few available legal remedies for the employee who perceives he has been unfairly treated by his employer. Whether in being denied the position
“Communism: A Closer Look,” by Andrew Schatkin Communism and the socialist and communist movement had its origins as a response to the excesses of the industrial revolution in Western Europe and Russia. The immediate architects and thinkers in connection with the growth of communism in