Researchers at the UCLA found that teens who were the most addicted to nicotine had the least active prefrontal cortex regions of the brain, which control decision-making.
How is it constitutional for a President who has taken an oath of office to defend the U.S. Constitution to unilaterally decide that he will not defend the constitutionally ratified DOMA nor uphold it as law?
This year we’ll be looking at the names of Christ in the Bible.
"In the Shadow of the Cross" now available for Kindle and Nook.
Dishonest budgeting is symbolic of the ideological “train wreck” of a culture that has totally lost its way
Understanding our day demands understanding the day before.
A growing number of teens and young adults say they've never had sexual contact with another person, according to the largest and most in-depth federal report to date on sexual behavior.
Smoking marijuana as a teenager or young adult raises your risk of having psychotic symptoms later in life, a new Dutch study shows.
If “all the Law” hangs on loving God and loving others, then to love God is to obey him and to obey him is to love others. But what does it really mean to love others? Should you walk down the street hugging everyone you meet saying, “I love you”? Should loving others be accompanied by feelings of affection? Are these feelings essential to loving others and if absent does this mean you’re not being loving?
Without law there is no liberty and without morality the majority never wins. Because there will always be a mob in Madison willing to ignore the vote of the people and there will always be a man in Washington willing declare himself king.
As spending financial capital on a bad train is a bad idea so too is spending moral capital on so many other bad ideas that are likewise taking us down the tracks of our own destruction.
- March 05, 2011 |
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
Jesus plus nothing equals everything–the gospel– is daily becoming for me more than a theological passion, more than a cognitive reality. It’s becoming my functional lifeline! I'm addicted to the gospel.
A question came recently from a young friend who has been invited to preach in a few weeks.
Musicians often know what the problem is, but they really don’t know the solution. When the Beatles sang, “Help, I need somebody, help, not just anybody,” no words could have been more true. Of course, they weren’t talking about the Lord Jesus . . .
- March 02, 2011 |
- March 01, 2011 |