Does God know the future perfectly?

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‘America’s most unwanted’

If you’re a born again Christian, welcome to America’s most unwanted list. The odds are, a Christian’s well intentioned word about life, and especially morality, will repel the unsaved of the world. Confucius said, "It is not enough that good people love a good person, the bad people must hate him as well." The way […]

Defining our position

For several months I have had to spend more time than I would like defending our credibility as a university against a pretty vicious assault launched by the ACLU. Because I believe there has been some confusion on campus about the position or strategy we have taken in this case, I want to use this […]

Staff Editorials

This past week, the tragic event that occured in Littleton, Colorado, struck the nation as the most devastating shooting ever to take place in an American high school. The Falcon asks, "What we will take with us when time heals the wounds of those who were injured and the dead are finally laid to rest?" […]

Springtime intramurals

Can there be a league of tough athletic competition without any strings attached? Seattle Pacific University stu-dents might have thought that var-sity sports were finished when they left high school and ventured into the peaceful world of Queen Anne, but look again. If you haven’t seen the world of intramural athletics at SPU then you […]