Monthly Archives: October 2015

October 31: Reformation Day

But wait, I thought it was Halloween. Well, there would have been no Halloween with ghosts and ghouls and candy galore if not for Reformation Day. There is some argument among scholars…

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Those Who Write and Tell The Stories, Control the Culture

I recently wrote a post at The American Culture about how the hot fall TV trend is interracial lesbian relationships. I argued that Hollywood has long had an agenda to normalize homosexual behavior,…

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Science is Becoming God’s Best Friend

We live in a secular age, at least in the West, in which the dominion of science for all the good it has done has essentially replaced God for many people who…

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Notable Quotation

Colson’s public-square work offers modern evangelicals a workable model. Initially, Colson considered himself contra mundum, “against the world,” as a believer. He wished to stand against evil. He never lost this vital…

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Notable Quotation

[T]he disciples of scientism had a material explanation for the universe that they thought was rock solid. Now that explanation has collapsed, and we have the discovery of fine tuning pointing toward…

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Know Your Christology

Most Christians know very little in the way of doctrine or theology or church history. For many these seem at best unnecessary, for others they are downright dangerous. I am familiar with such…

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#ShoutYourAbortion

The Planned Parenthood videos (see a “Quick and Easy Guide” to them at the Federalist) have put the pro-abortion movement on the defensive unlike at any time in the sordid history of…

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