OPINION: Gary Bates on why a loving God would create a world of suffering
Senator William Ligon details what the Georgia legislature has been up to after a nearly three-month pause from the legislative session.
OPINION: "First, as Christians, how do we know what we claim to know about what happens to us after we die? If it were simply a matter of “our best guess” or even the testimony of fallible people who have had ‘near death experiences’, we would have reason for uncertainty."
OPINION: "Those who think that marriage is a covenant between one man and one woman (until one of the two dies) need to think again. That is, if you go by a recent [poll]..."
OPINION: Amidst protests across the country, a woman in south Georgia was arrested for peacefully protesting with a sign the Sheriff said contained profanity. But the Sheriff will have to make the case for a lot more than his own justification.
OPINION: The calls to partially defund law enforcement agencies around the state (and nation) in light of the national events are gaining momentum, but Jessica Szilagyi says doing so would be worse than stripping an agency of all of its money entirely. See why -->
OPINION: "Unfortunately, the original goodness of the creation was corrupted by sin. Today, we see carnivory, thorns, disease, and death in creation, not because it was God’s original intention for His creation, but because Adam disobeyed God and sin brought into the creation things that do not align with God’s goodness."
OPINION: College student Sydney Goggans says young people must get out and vote. "We must take important consideration in who we want to be our future leaders. Voting is a right that many Americans do not take advantage of. By not voting, we lose the opportunity to use our voice and advocate for those who we believe will help build a better community."
OPINION: "A job is more than just a paycheck. It means putting food on the table, receiving health care benefits and harnessing opportunity to build a better life for you and your family."
OPINION: "Georgians have a long history of fighting for our civil rights, and we are once again called to continue the work. We will be steadfast, unwavering, and resilient in our pursuit of justice. "