Few life decisions are more important than marriage. Even in our age of easy divorce, the truth is that there is no easy divorce, especially if children are involved. Marriage… Continue Reading Should Christians Shun a Believer for Dating an Unbeliever?
Some people have no imagination. Through my RSS reader, I landed on a post about who has the burden of proof in matters of worldviews. A former atheist-turned-Christian recalls that,… Continue Reading Is This Universe All There Is?
English professor Rosaria Butterfield went through a soul-shaking experience. A post-modern lesbian activist, she started reading the Bible as part of a research program geared towards exposing the errors of… Continue Reading The Secrets Thoughts of a Convert to Christianity
The other day I was at lunch with my INTJ friend, and I mentioned how some friends’ kids in middle school were taught a lot of environmental topics; he shook… Continue Reading Agenda 21: Conspiracy or Hoax?
British politician and philanthropist William Wilberforce was a tireless advocate for the abolition of British slave trade, but he knew that words alone often fall on deaf ears. So, in the… Continue Reading Seeing Is Believing: The Inhuman Late-Term Abortion Industry
The thing with worldviews is that they don’t go away. They linger n the behavior of people and in their effect on the culture. This is especially true when it comes… Continue Reading Tocqueville, Lenin, and Trotsky on Women
I engaged in a conversation about abortion with an abortion advocate (I refuse to use the term pro-choice as a meaningless, post-modern sound bite). I wanted to understand their reasoning.… Continue Reading Conversations on Abortion