Some of us have taken the message of Christianity and put it in a box marked, “Don’t ask—don’t tell.” Ever feel like you need permission to weep when you lose a loved one? Or feel intimidated about admitting, “I really don’t know for sure?”
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A group of pro-life evangelicals argued in favor of voting Joe Biden into the White House. Do their examples of Democratic post-birth policies really outweigh the fact that more than 60 million babies have been aborted?
Today, by far, the preeminent threat to free speech is the Internet.
Roberts’ decision is contrary to over two centuries of legal precedent, which has recognized that churches and religious gatherings have special protections and the state must show “a compelling interest” in order to limit it.
As we all watch the financial market downturn again try to statistically eclipse the 1929 Crash, it seems appropriate to consider once more whether the vaunted Information Age will be a benefit to modern society or its worst enemy.
CT’s disdainful, dismissive, elitist posture toward their fellow Christians may well do far more long-term damage to American Christianity and its witness than any current prudential support for President Trump will ever cause.
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Churches have failed to teach young people a true, Christian understanding of sex and the human body.
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For the first time in decades, parents are now playing an outsized role in the education of their children. A common misconception, even in Christian schools, is that our hearts are used for religion and our minds are used for science.
The headlines used words like “outrage” and “shock” in describing the news that a man thought to be a Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) rabbi living in Jerusalem was allegedly a Gentile Christian missionary. How could this be?
With almost three decades in the classroom, there aren’t many needs she hasn’t seen among her students. Anne jokes that she has a husband, family, and two hundred adopted kids.
Many people don’t want to acknowledge an absolute truth because they don’t want to face their sin. If there is no absolute truth, then how could there be an absolute morality? And if there is no morality, there is no sin. They believe the absence of an absolute truth is a license to do what they want. They see it as freedom.
Each successive generation is losing the understanding of, not to mention the will to live by, Christian sexual morality.
A gay man who is also a drag queen was recently confirmed by a Methodist church in Illinois as a candidate for ordained ministry. He wore wigs and full makeup while participating in his church’s “Drag Sunday.”