A Baylor research study recently found that seminaries do little to equip pastors to recognize psychological distress among their congregants and when to refer those members to a doctor.
In the courtroom that is the media, everything is admissible. All evidence, whether it is damaging or not, is released to the jury that is the American public. Innocent until proven guilty is not guaranteed. People are being punished just because they are accused of a crime.
Facebook has revolutionized the way that not only social media works, but even how the entire Internet has developed. While previous social media sites were not tied to actual identity, Facebook has a rule in place that requires users to register with their real name.
People generally expect police officers to be armed. However, there is a growing sentiment in America that some weapons in the hands of police officers are unnecessary and, in the worst cases, are used to intimidate or reinforce positions of power.
Currently, the U.S. is sending up to 3,000 troops to Liberia to help stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, and that is a good thing.
There is tension in San Antonio between some residents and Chief of Police William McManus over possible restrictions on giving to panhandlers.
When one thinks of Scotland, few see it as a vitally-important entity on the world stage. In recent months, however, Scotland has risen to a heated topic in Europe and around the world because of the Scottish Parliament’s recent push for independence.
It is sometimes viewed as pessimistic to have to choose the lesser of two evils, but many times it comes to that.
Ever since the U.S. entered Iraq to overthrow Saddam Hussein’s brutal regime in 2003, the country of Iraq has seen little (if any) form of true stability.
Baylor students are representatives of their university. It is up to those attending Baylor shape the university’s reputation.