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Article | Ethics

Should We Ban Conversion Therapy?

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When Joshua Alcorn turned 14, he told his Christian parents he was a girl named Leelah. Three years later, he stepped in front of oncoming freeway traffic and killed himself. Many people in the media …

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BlogPost | Miscellaneous

Time Management Tips from Greg


Greg has been asked questions in the past about his strategies for being productive, so this month, his Solid Ground article is about “Redeeming the Time”:

Time and task management is …

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BlogPost | Apologetics, Christianity & Culture, Philosophy

Finding Truth: Secular Leaps of Faith


This week, we’re discussing the chapter “Secular Leaps of Faith” in Nancy Pearcey’s Finding Truth: 5 Principles for Unmasking Atheism, Secularism, and Other God Substitutes, …

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BlogPost | Theology

One Nation under Allah?


There have been a couple of incidents (here and here) where a school has asked a Muslim (or perhaps just an Arabic-speaking student) to recite the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic. This has …

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Article | Apologetics, Student, Theology

Did God Condone Slavery?


God regulated slavery in the Old Testament...does that mean He approves of it? And if He doesn't, why did He allow it?

Since God regulated slavery in the Old Testament, does this automatically mean …

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Article | Miscellaneous

The Future of the Church


Dear Friend,

Where is the U.S. church heading? It’s an important question, but do we have any clues about the church’s direction? We do, according to prominent marketing researcher …

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Article | Ethics

Same-Sex Marriage: It's Time to Discriminate


Dear Friend,

I think discrimination is great. I think we should discriminate based on age, sex, disability, and sexual orientation. And I bet most Americans agree with me.

We should discriminate …

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