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Sexual Obesity: What Are Your Kids Consuming Online?

Just as you wouldn’t feed your children deep-fried Twinkies for dinner, you shouldn’t give them unlimited and unfiltered access to the Internet.

Coming to a Doctor’s Office Near You? The New Abortion Strategy

It is at least encouraging to know that abortion, though an industry of death, is not a growth industry. At least for now. All that may change if a new movement meets with success.

Carrying the Cross of a Difficult Pastorate

Some pastorates are more difficult than others. Yours may be one of them. But, like Charles Simeon, be willing to carry the cross for Christ's sake.

Hard to Believe? Biblical Authority and Evangelical Feminism

Anne Eggebroten said, "Hard to believe, but some churches are still teaching about male headship." Hard to believe? It can hardly be surprising to anyone with the slightest attachment to evangelical Christianity.

Revival: What it is and why we need it

A Wonderful Education

The first way to restore beauty and wonder to education is to put skepticism in its place. Skepticism, like gay, is a word that used to mean one thing and now means something else entirely...

A Long Catalog of Injustice: Morocco and Christians

In Morocco, "deportations are part of what appears to be a widespread crackdown on Christian aid workers." At least 40 foreign Christian aid workers have been deported under similar circumstances.

Reflections on the Oil Spill: Restoring the Created Order

Many people are even taking out their frustrations on those who are responding . . . who are trying to contain and clean up the mess.

Lie, Cheat & Steal. Or, Just Make One Decision

When we consciously decide who we want to be and what we want our lives to reflect, then all other choices become much easier to make. Tempted to cheat on a test, a spouse or a business deal? Is that who you've decided to be?

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • July 16, 2010 |
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Christopher Hitchens and Jesus

The Power of Worship

It is only as we ascend to the throne room in worship that we can descend back into the harvest field here on earth, praying and warring for victory in every area of life.

Are All Religions the Same? Pressing beyond 'Niceness'

Most great religions are mostly right, but "mostly" is not good enough. Christianity proves to be the best explanation for the world as it is: both the metaphysical and the physical.

Libertarianism Fails against Illegal Immigration

John Stossel's libertarian viewpoint lets him make incredibly incisive conclusions in his reporting. But when it comes to Arizona's policy on illegal immigration, a libertarian approach just isn't safe.

  • Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson |
  • July 15, 2010 |
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Black Friday at the Breakfast Table: DOMA on the Ropes

Judge Joseph Tauro’s dismissal of DOMA was only possible because of the effort to change cultural attitudes about homosexuality, as the movie "The Kids Are All Right" shows.

The Church: A Family, a Fellowship, and the Body of Jesus Christ

Can you define what a Christian is without mentioning the church? If you can, your definition just might not line up with the Bible’s.

Send Your Small Group on a Mission

Your small group can be a great place for you and other group members to enjoy friendships with each other while studying the Bible to learn more about God. But that's not all it can be...

God in Three Persons: A Doctrine We Barely Understand

Do all Christians believe the doctrine of the Trinity? If one does not believe in the Trinity—that is, if a person has come to a settled conclusion that the doctrine of the Trinity is not true—does it make him a heretic?

Morocco: Putting Christians in the Crosshairs

For years the northwestern African country of Morocco was considered a moderate nation regarding human rights and religious freedom for Christians. Not anymore.

PC(USA) Takes Half Step with Gays, Denounce Caterpillar

In a whirlwind of activity, the Presbyterian Church (USA) voted to lift a ban on partnered gay clergy, but turned down a bid to expand its definition of marriage to include same-sex couples.

Whose War Is It? The Wrong Questions on Afghanistan

Here is the debate we ought to be having: Is what we are doing in Afghanistan just? For this war to be just, under the Augustinian doctrine, our cause and intent must be just.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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