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Sorry, Mr. President: Socialism is Not in the Bible

Barack Obama may say that the Bible tells him to be his brother's keeper, but he ought to go back and reread what God's Word actually says. Engels was right. Socialism has nothing in common with Scripture.

Pornography -- The Difference Being a Parent Makes

Steve Jobs made this clear in his retort to Ryan Tate that he "might care more about porn when you have kids." Parenthood changes everything about one's outlook on life and its challenges.

Walking the Narrow Road

Have you ever reached a point in your life where you needed some direction? Where you wanted someone to just show you the path to take or tell you what to do? I have a time or two.

Finding Hope When Life Drives You to the Edge

I remember a season of my life in which I was feeling desperate. I wanted out of the frustration, out of the house, out of everything. But I didn't know where to go...

Undoing Parenting Mistakes

Don't you wish there was a great big "Undo" button in life; where you could completely erase your parenting mistakes? I bet some parents would give anything for such a button.

U.S. Volunteer in Haiti Says 'Our Story' Was Different

Paul Thompson reads the media accounts describing the journey of him and nine other jailed Baptist volunteers in Haiti who are all now free, and scratches his head. What he reads is not what he says he experienced.

Ancient Words, New Light: How Studying Psalms Prepared a Pastor

"My friend's 3-month-old granddaughter died last night," said the caller. "They don't know what to do and don't have a church. Is there any chance you could visit them?" Even a weary pastor on his day off recognizes a holy moment. "I'll be right there," I said...

It's a Wonderful Life in the Final Shrek

Shrek Forever After is a fun riff on It's a Wonderful Life. The film moves along at a nice clip, without straining for the rapid-fire pop-culture jokes that make so many Dreamworks animated films insubstantial.

The Christian Bucket List

Fifty things every believer should do before Heaven.

“For the Sake of God” — Must We Surrender Sexual Morality?

The opposing sides in the Anglican Communion cannot simply "put their differences behind them" and agree to move on. What the church would lose is its soul.

How to Discover Your True Identity

Self-discovery is a freedom that only leads to frustration in the end. The only way to discover who you really are is to seek a relationship with the God who made you. It's about getting in touch with The Vertical Self.

Virtual Friendship

I do not wish to deny that there are some legitimate uses of social networking. However, some negative effects of "virtual friendship" that I have observed are that it trivializes the notion of friendship and it erodes our sense of community.

The Paradox of Declining Female Happiness

In the sixties, American women reported themselves happier, on average, than did men. Today, that statistic has reversed. Why are women more unhappy?

Little Ways to Save Big Money

Think you've cut your expenses all you possibly can? You might be wrong.

Action-Packed Robin Hood Runs Long

Despite its running time, it's hard to look away from the well-composed images and action spectacles, and from the compelling actors trying to make something interesting of characters that should have been better fleshed out.

Out of Many One: Why America Is Losing Her Unity

Europeans are wrong to ban religious practice, but not wrong to fear the breakdown of national consensus that will come when too many citizens question the founding ideas of the society.

All Roads Lead to Heaven? — Kathleen Parker Does Theology

Kathleen Parker has advised secular America that the distinctive evangelical belief in the necessity of belief in Christ for salvation has a generational expiration date stamped on it.

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