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When Tradition Is a Trap: Revisiting the Purpose of Philippians 2:1-11
Traditions are hard to escape. Especially in the church, tradition guides the ways in which scripture is expounded upon and taught, so that often one hears a particular passage explained in much the same way time and time ...
A Study of Racism on the Campus of Milligan College
Racism is a social issue that is still happening today. Racism, as defined in this study, is an act of aggression toward a person of one race from a member of a different race. Many colleges and universities struggle with ...
Reading into Literacy Rates: A Comparative Analysis of Economic Literacy and Prosperity
Financial and economic literacy are essential for making sound investment, educational, financial, and political decisions, and yet some of the most developed nations in the world do not require all voting citizens to take ...