Must Read Monday: Letter from Berlin: The Lessons of History and the Heresy of Racial Superiority
August 14, 2017
Letter from Berlin: The Lessons of History and the Heresy of Racial Superiority— Al Mohler Dr. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Seminary, writes a letter to Christians in America from Berlin. “Christians must see much more than the lessons of history, though we dare not miss them. We must see claims of racial superiority–and mainly […]
FaithZette | LifeZette Op Ed: A Child of God Still Has Lessons to Teach
August 9, 2017
How Charlie Gard is helping us come to terms with one of the biggest issues of our time Neither life nor death are ultimately on our own terms. The final hours of Charlie Gard’s brief but impactful life have now passed. His parents wanted their very sick and disabled child to be able to die […]
What do we do with all the bad news?
August 8, 2017
Things are not as they should be. Since the fall, this statement has always been true. But thanks to today’s real-time, 24-7 cable news and on-the-ground reporting from citizen journalists, our social media feeds are a diet of news ranging from bad to horrifying. We are tempted to think that things are worse now than […]
Must Read Monday: Moral Acceptance of Polygamy at Record High —But Why?
August 7, 2017
Christians are more than twice as likely to blame a person’s poverty on lack of effort— Washington Post In a recent survey by The Washington Post and Kaiser Family Foundation, religion is a significant predictor on how Americans view poverty. Christians are more likely to say poverty is a result of personal lack of effort […]
Must Read Monday: Planned Parenthood Worker Admits ‘It’s a Baby,’ Begs for God’s Forgiveness
July 31, 2017
Planned Parenthood Worker Admits ‘It’s a Baby,’ Begs for God’s Forgiveness— Christian Post An anonymous caller on the Dr. Michael Brown’s radio show called and provided heartbreaking insight into the reality of working for Planned Parenthood— and ask forgiveness for her part at the abortion provider. She shared that she is a single mom and […]
FaithWire OpEd: Dear America: The Church is Not Facebook (Nor Can it Ever Be)
July 28, 2017
What is the church and what is not the church? That is the question. As people are skipping Sunday School, they are instead looking for belonging and purpose in new places like CrossFit and Facebook. But church is not a place or social club, and no attempts to replace it can provide what the church […]
July 26, 2017
Investigations swirl and allegations of wrongdoing fill headlines and cable news talk shows. Inevitably, the conversations start including the Presidential pardon and in extreme cases, the possibility if a President can self-pardon. The idea of a self-pardon should offend not only our American ideals, but our Christian understanding of moral law and forgiveness. The Constitution […]
Must Read Monday: Pardon Me
July 24, 2017
Death toll to 9 after bodies found in truck at San Antonio Walmart— FOX News Human trafficking into the United States happens every day. People die crossing the border or trusting dangerous traffickers with the hope of a better life in the United States. Our immigration system is clearly failed and the fix is coming […]
Christian Post Op-Ed: Would Jesus Bake a Gay Wedding Cake?
July 18, 2017
In Colorado, cake artist Jack Phillips declined to bake a specialty cake for a same-sex wedding. Why? Well, Jack Phillips is a Christian and the “what would Jesus do” question is real for him. That leads us to ask what Joy Behar asked Jack Phillips during an episode of The View last month. “Would Jesus have baked […]
Must Read Monday: What we learn from Eugene Peterson | Watching Game of Thrones?
July 17, 2017
The Agonizing Ordeal of Eugene Peterson — You Might Be Next— Al Mohler Last week, best-selling author and speaker Eugene Peterson made news for coming out in support of same-sex marriage. Then, he made news again by reversing his statement in a retraction and affirmed (or reaffirmed) marriage as between one man and one woman. […]