Monthly Archives: February 2015

More Details on the Barronelle Stutzman Case

Here are more details on the Christian florist being sued for not celebrating so-called same-sex marriage. Florist rejects AG’s offer, stands courageously on principle, and risks everything | Denny Burk.

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Christian Florist Stands Firm Against the Perversion of Marriage

Kristen Waggoner and Barronelle Stutzman on The Kelly File – YouTube.

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State Says 70-Year-Old Flower Shop Owner Discriminated Against Gay Couple. Here’s How She Responded.

Well, it appears the court has ruled and I shudder at the result.  Our country has lost its mind; our culture has become thoroughly corrupt.  How can anyone involved this case think that this woman is being treated fairly? (4 … Continue reading

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A Common Sense Refutation of Transgenderism

Increasingly, the term “transgender” has been showing up in the culture – both in news and entertainment.  It’s never easy reading, and all the more so because it usually comes framed in a narrative that calls us to “support” the … Continue reading

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“The main facts undergirding the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection are actually agreed upon by the majority of historical Jesus scholars today” – William Lane Craig

Speaking of his doctoral studies under Wolfhart Pannenberg at the University of Munich, Craig writes: I was astonished to discover as a result of my study that the main facts undergirding the historicity of Jesus’ resurrection are actually agreed upon … Continue reading

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“I think probably no one comes to faith in Christ apart from a conviction of his guilt and need of moral renovation.” – William Lane Craig

“I think probably no one comes to faith in Christ apart from a conviction of his guilt and need of moral renovation.”  –  William Lane Craig (Source: Craig’s blog) I could add that a person falls away from faith when he … Continue reading

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Is Christian Teaching on Sexuality Psychologically Harmful? by Andrew Walker and Glenn Stanton

This essay gives evidence why the media stereotype of Christian parents is wrong, misleading, and unfair. Opening paragraphs: Around the beginning of the year, headlines told of the suicide of Josh “Leelah” Alcorn, a teen who self-identified first as gay, … Continue reading

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There Are More Like Katy Faust

Joy Baah is like Katy Faust – daughter of a so-called “same-sex marriage” who sees problems with it. (2 min read; 389 words) Update: October 12, 2015 – It appears this reference has been removed from Katy Faust’s blog.  That’s … Continue reading

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Katy Faust and Her Work on Behalf of Marriage

Here’s a bit about the woman who wrote the Dear Justice Kennedy letter I just published a few moments ago:  About Ask the Bigot. (3 min read; 742 words) I enjoyed learning about her.  I thank God for her courage and … Continue reading

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Government’s Only Legitimate Interest in Marriage Is Children, and There’s Only One Kind of Marriage That Can Produce Children

This post is a letter to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy from Katy Faust, a 38-year-old woman who has emotional reasons to support so-called “same-sex marriage” – but doesn’t. (7 min read; 1,797 words) Dear Justice Kennedy: An Open Letter … Continue reading

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