Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Glories of Modern Liberalism

After more than a hundred years of progressivism, it has come to this: public officials in Baltimore are so afraid of their own citizens because of the recent riots that they forced…

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I believe that marriage is not just a bond but a sacred bond between a man and a woman. [It’s a] fundamental bedrock principle that exists between a man and a woman,…

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Hubble and the Glory of God

Man is a worshiping animal. And since this is 2015 I have to point out the “man” includes woman (male and female he created them, Gen. 1:27). If we don’t worship the…

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Christian conservatives have barely begun to fight. Christians, following the examples of the Apostles, should never retreat from the public square. They must leave only when quite literally forced out, after expending…

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When a school learns that one of its alums has achieved great things, the institution will usually seek to promote those accomplishments. But there are exceptions. If it’s discovered, for example, that…

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The “Black Lives Matter” campaign is based on as big a lie as the “campus rape culture” lie, the Rolling Stone magazine gang rape at the University of Virginia fraternity lie, the…

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An Atheist Who Gets It

In the last 10 years the world has had to endure the plague of the “New Atheists.” While not as deadly as those Moses helped visit upon the Egyptians, they are still…

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How can I teach my students to write decently when the English language has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Academic-Industrial Complex? Our language used to belong to all its speakers and…

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Recently I attended an evening gathering where I was introduced to a man finishing his doctorate in physics from Johns Hopskins. When he learned that I am a philosopher and theologian, he…

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[T]hat is the problem—accredited social work schools are remarkably averse to actual change, and embrace only those aspects of their students they view as immutable. As long as what makes you different…

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