Monthly Archives: March 2014

Single Mothers Weren’t…When the Child Was Conceived

Most "single" moms aren't–at least when baby is born; Debates about single motherhood need to bear this in mind: pic.twitter.com/2xNOLi8La4 — W Bradford Wilcox (@WilcoxNMP) March 27, 2014 http://t.co/kQJVzzS3za #NCFMR finds share of births to #unmarried mothers doubles over past … Continue reading

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Why Do Christians Care about World Vision’s Marriage Policy?

Here’s some good reasoning from both Kevin DeYoung and Amy Hall. (3 min read; 579 words Why Do Christians Care about World Vision’s Marriage Policy? – Stand to Reason Blog.

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Do Christians hate gay people? Robert George answers

How he begins his answer: No, we’ve been falsely accused of showing a lack of charity and a lack of love because that was very convenient to the arguments of the other side, a very effective tool. Here’s the rest … Continue reading

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The failure of the evangelical world to stand for truth as truth – Francis Schaeffer Quote

Francis Schaeffer died in 1984.  However, his words live on: Here is the great evangelical disaster-the failure of the evangelical world to stand for truth as truth. There is only one word for this-namely, ‘ACCOMMODATION:’ the evangelical church has accommodated … Continue reading

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World Vision and Samaritan’s Purse

The current World Vision flap calls to mind some interesting history. World Vision was founded in 1950 by a man named Bob Pierce, who after leaving World Vision, founded Samaritan’s Purse.  The two organizations were each formed with essentially the … Continue reading

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Seven Key Facts About the Pomosexual Revolt by Douglas Wilson

Other than his implication in the final paragraph that everyone is not going to heaven, Doug Wilson explains the issues clearly as he addresses FaceBook’s recent change to allow gender identications beyond male and female.  As he says, “If your … Continue reading

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Knowing the Bible is one thing; knowing the Author is another

This is an effective paraphrase of what Jesus said in John 5:39.

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Richard Bauckham quote on “Two Ways of Being Different”

Focusing on the goodness of Jesus rather than on the sinfulness of others is indeed the best way to keep our thinking straight. (1 min read; 176 words) Two Ways of Being Different by Richard Bauckham | New Leaven.

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Christians beheaded by extremists in Somalia

As Americans, enjoying the benefits of living in the richest nation in the world, we need to be reminded of, to stay aware of, the realities of life for our fellow human beings who do not live here – and … Continue reading

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Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse Explains in Half an Hour What’s Wrong with the Sexual Revolution

The link below is to a 33-minute audio recording (podcast) of Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, recorded at a talk she gave to a recent student chapel service at Biola University (originally the Bible Institute of Los Angeles).  I have recommended … Continue reading

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