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Mark Coppenger
Mark Coppenger
Mark Coppenger is a retired professor, pastor, denominational worker, editor, and army reserve officer. Through the years, he’s done books on biblical justice, bioethics, apologetical ethics, arts in the church, philosophically freighted court cases, the philanthropic ministries of the Emmanuel Kampourises, and the spiritual history of Marshall University.
by | Jan 23, 2021

Several years ago, I heard a Catholic radio commentator say that the Islamic Middle East was so focused on the…

by | Jan 13, 2021

Hours after perhaps a thousand Trump supporters misbehaved in the Capitol (while, outside, tens of thousands of Trump supporters were…

by | Apr 11, 2020

About two million Brits enlisted in the Civil Defense Service in World War II, and nearly 2,400 of them lost…

by | Jul 21, 2019

At a recent gathering of Baptists, an adept assured us that Critical Race Theory and Intersectional Theory supplied us with…

by | Jun 8, 2018

I turn 70 this week, so I’m a certified codger. But I was a “codger” as a teenager in the…

by | Jun 9, 2017

Last Sunday, on the eve of the 50th anniversary of Israel’s Six-Day War, I drove out onto Old Hickory Boulevard…

by | Oct 30, 2016

The story’s told of a young fella down in Alabama who, riding out of the woods, happened upon an Alabama…

by | Jun 23, 2016

As an ROTC product, I got my infantry credentials in the summer of 1971. The Vietnam War was winding down,…

by | Dec 11, 2015

Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring led to a virtual worldwide ban on DDT, beginning with EPA strictures on American use…

by | Jul 23, 2015

The political arena is much given to trash talking these days, with invective, umbrage, and posturing in full play. Internecine…

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