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The Nashville Statement, some clarity & conviction for a compromised & confused culture.

It's been a long time coming, but it is finally here. The Nashville statement has been making waves and making the news. No doubt, this will be an important document for the Christian Church in the early 21st century. Regardless of where you fall on this issue, this is a document to read for yourself. Click here to be taken to the website....

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Parents: get ready to send your little girls to war.

Earlier in the month of June, the United States senate quietly voted to mandate women to register for the draft. It seems the Feminist ideal to have the "freedom to choose" has now become a requirement to serve, whether a young woman wants to or not. This senate vote is another example of the Feminist ideal of "freedom" having unintended consequences that are anything but ...

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Ideology matters more than history in Los Angeles

When it comes to recognizing Christianity or not, it is clear that in Los Angeles, ideology will win over history. In a sad commentary on our times an image of a historic Christian mission has had the Cross 'edited' out for fear of marginalizing other religious groups. Read the full article here ....

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Prominent Gay Rights Journalist Changes Mind on Important Judicial Ruling

Peter Tatchell, a member of the gay rights group Outrage! writes a very frank and refreshingly honest article for the London newspaper, the Guardian. While he certainly has not changed his mind on his stance on a number of gay rights issues he's realized that it is profoundly wrong for the government (or any group) to coerce Christians to do things against their deeply hel...

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Women and War: how should we think about women being in the draft

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood present a thoughtful counter argument to the new policy, mandating that young women register for the draft....

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The Line That Divides Us: Theism

There is no doubt that the United States of America's founding members were theists. They may not have been committed Catholics or Evangelicals but they believed in some form of personal transcendent being. The country they founded however, seems to be fracturing along this exact fault line. This article helps you understand the issue more. ...

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How To Survive a Cultural Crisis

Mark Dever, pastor of Capital Hill Baptist church gives a helpful talk about Christians navigating the cultural crisis we face. ...

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Thinking Biblically About Business Ethics

As Christians we need our faith to inform every aspect of our lives. Including the way we conduct our businesses. If you are man or woman who owns their own business & want to know how Christianity informs your work, read this helpful review of a book that is much needed today....

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Do Executive Jobs Have More Kingdom Value Than Dirty Jobs?

Having a Christian view of vocation is important however rare in the church today. Download or listen to this great panel discussion hosted by the Gospel Coalition on a Christian view of vocation. You'll find it encouraging and helpful as you think Christianly about your work,no matter what kind of work you do!...

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Resurgence of Paganism in Europe, Scandinavia and Japan replace the vacuum of secularism

The popularity of superstitious beliefs world-wide in some of the most sophisticated and secular countires reveals the fundamental human need to worship....

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In Defense of Christendom

You cannot hope to sustain a culture grounded in virtues that historic Christianity has championed while rejecting Christianity itself. Europe's coming demise is evidence of this obvious fact. ...

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Biblical Counseling Conference at Southern Baptist Seminary protested over view of homosexuality and

Biblical Counseling conference protested by Homosexual and LGBTQ advocates....

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How Changeable is Gender?

If gender is really just a social construct than why does it take quite a bit of surgery to change the physical structure of someone's gender? It would seem biology would argue against the current view that gender is a social idea that can be changed like one change's an opinion....

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Let's Talk About the Racial Disparity in Abortions

A shocking realization regarding abortion that the anti-life movement, nor those who claim to fight for racial equality, want to admit. Jason L. Riley, author of this Wall Street Journal article notes that in New York City, more black babies are aborted than born every year. ...

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