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Great stories educate, uplift, and teach morality, wisdom, and truth; but in our culture of death, the cheapening of life is ruining our stories.
Neil Postman predicted our downfall would come not from externally-imposed oppression but from the pursuit of trivial pleasure, and it seems he was right.
Greg refutes the challenge that those who turn to Christ during a difficult time in life have somehow been taken advantage of.
The definition of marriage as being between a man and a woman is not the result of bigotry; it’s the result of the unchangeable facts of biology.
Despite the fact that four aspects of early Christianity offended the Romans, the church flourished and grew. We, too, must remain faithful.
Alan shares some thoughts regarding three realms of brokenness that produce evil in the world.
If only our society would once again define compassion not as offering to help people kill themselves, but as offering to walk with them through a difficult time.
Free speech, even with all its messiness, is a great good worth protecting. We’re about to find out if we’re still committed to it.
Today, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, and there’s a major misconception about this case that needs to be cleared up.
A religious freedom case is scheduled to be argued before the Supreme Court in December. Make sure you know what this case is about.