Monthly Archives: January 2015

What About “Gay Christians”?

We’re at a great cultural moment for the Church of Jesus Christ, and when I say this I mean the conservative Church. i.e. those who believe God’s word says what it says,…

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Profile – Hollywood: Christina Lee Storm

Christina Lee has a heart for missions, and when she was younger went to China to follow her heart. Prior to that she had worked in Hollywood but felt compelled to share…

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Quote of the Day

We have staked the whole future of American civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked the future of all of our political institutions upon the capacity…

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“Male and female he created them . . . .” “Transparent” in the 21st Century

The last month or so I’ve been seeing pictures online of what is obviously a man dressed up like a women promoting a TV show called Transparent. Apparently it won some Golden…

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Quote of the Day

Whenever we come upon these matters in secular writers, let that admirable light of truth shining in them teach us that the mind of man, though fallen and perverted from its wholeness,…

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First Century Text of Mark Discovered

A critical part of Christians effectively engaging the culture is something called apologetics, which simply means defending the veracity of the gospel and Christian worldview. The term comes from I Peter 3:15:…

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Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a lifelong New Deal liberal and accomplished social scientist, warned that “the issue of welfare is not what it costs those who provide it but what it costs those…

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The Appearance of Design?

If you are at all familiar with the so called “new atheists” that are not really new, this phrase will sound familiar. To anyone with up to five senses the universe is…

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Here’s my suggestion: You can’t beat something with nothing—perhaps better, you can’t beat something with nothingness. If all that Europe can say in condemning the despicable murders of Charlie Hebdo’s cartoonists and…

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Profile – Education: Gabrielle D’Virgilio

Gabrielle D’Virgilio, a 2014 graduate of Hillsdale College, got her first job teaching fifth grade at a new charter classical school near Tampa, Florida, Classical Preparatory School. With a passion for liberal…

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