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Americans are living in a fairly chaotic and volatile time. Our two political parties have never seemed so polarized. Many see the government’s actions in response to the virus as either too weak and insufficient or way too strong and … Continue reading
If I were asked to describe 2020 in one word, division would make my short list. A ten-second tour any social media platform or news channel would overwhelmingly garner its support. Hourly, divisive issues are yelled about by divisive people … Continue reading
I love this both for its clarity, concision, and hilarity. When asked, somewhat condescendingly, “What can’t science prove?” William Lane Craig answers so: If you didn’t catch the points, Amy Hall listed them as follows. Logical and mathematical truths – … Continue reading
Our Society Should Not Stifle Religious Dissent. “Untouchable orthodoxies that are given official government sanction will treat any dissenting voice as an enemy to be vanquished. Secular progressivism isn’t only the enemy of religious liberty and civil society; it is … Continue reading
What if someone who’s hostile to Christianity asks for your opinion on a controversial topic? For instance, what if someone came up to you and asked: What do you think about abortion? What do you believe about homosexuals? Would you … Continue reading
An illustration from Francis Schaeffer: If every little baby that was ever born anywhere in the world had a tape recorder hung about its neck, and if this tape recorder only recorded the moral judgments with which this child as … Continue reading