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Watch the ten most popular videos of the year.
Read the ten most popular posts of 2016.
If we can convince people our value comes not from the abilities we’re expressing at a particular moment in time but from the kind of being we are...then a case for universal intrinsic human value can be made.
On Fridays, we’ve been talking about worldviews—in particular, their views of the human person and how those various views affect the way human persons are treated.
Alan’s and Brett’s March newsletters are now posted on the website:
The objection that pro-life advocates or organizations aren’t really pro-life because they don’t also advocate [fill in the blank] is one you’ll encounter. Scott Klusendorf responds to this "single issue objection" in The Case for Life:
This week's challenge: Your friend posts this image; how do you respond?
The British Humanist Association recently created four short animated videos to promote their views. So for the challenge this week, we'd like you to give us your thoughts on this one: Respond to the video in the comments below, and then we'll hear from Brett on Thursday.
Here are some popular posts (measured by number of page views) you may have missed this year. Enjoy! 10. Truth, Conviction, and Jesus Are Relevant – A story about a youth-group-member-turned-atheist shows that attempts to be relevant are making us irrelevant by crowding out what makes Christianity unique.
Greg mentioned the article “50 'Hand-Picked' Christians Trained To Convince Churches To Re-Interpret Scripture's Gay Boundaries” on a recent podcast. Here's an excerpt from the article: