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Volume 21, Number 1 Summer 2020 TESTING, TESTING, TESTING ... GLOBAL PAN(DEM)IC AND A SOUND FAITH Ramesh Richard Technical assistants attach a microphone to my face or jacket [...]


Four Years On—Is Lesser Evil Still a Greater Good? U.S. Elections: Guidance, Comfort and Wisdom* By Ramesh Richard   It used to be easier to vote for presidents. Or to choose to vote at all. Believers would look for candidates most aligned with our (hopefully) biblically informed views and vote [...]


Do-Able What? How? By Ramesh Richard Singapore and Malaysia are among my favorite destinations for experiencing dynamism at work. A unique feature of their English, sometimes called Singlish or Manglish, is their addition of lah to establish the tone of an expression. The discourse particle ends sentences with assurance [...]


WHEN CHRISTIAN LEADERS FALL: What to feel, think and do* By Ramesh Richard Natural ecological concerns have recently overridden moral ecology. Environmental issues should include the moral environment in which we live. We should be just as concerned to save babies as bath water. The inevitable fallout from a [...]


by Ramesh RichardApril 2015What Should We Do?In 2015 when the 21 young men were beheaded on a Libyan beach by the savagery of ISIS, I was overcome, like you, with deep sorrow. Their ages and complexion resembled my own two sons. It felt like our Ryan [...]


Your First Name (and my One Word) for the New Year By Ramesh Richard November 2018 *Ramesh Richard "It’s not about you!" opens a famous book in recent North American Christianity. There’s even an entire book by that [...]


“Lessons I Am Learning From the Lord” by D. John Richard October 2018 Ramesh Richard with his father, John Ramesh Richard’s Preface: I usually write a biblical-theological-practical reflection to open this publication, but I would like to [...]