The travesty of unwanted children

That young girl’s testimony begs the question: Is the solution of not having the prospect of a good life reason enough to take away the only life one has? Absolutely not, life itself is always too precious, and the value of a child’s life is priceless.

 

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Brady Goodwin renounced his faith. Here is my response.

But what about the points he makes in his video? What about the feeling that we can basically make the Bible say whatever we want it to say? Or that it’s our prior theological commitments that determine how we understand Scripture?

7 signs the leaven of Herod has taken root in your life

Since Herod was a political leader, I believe it is likely that the leaven Jesus was warning against was political entanglements. I believe that such entanglements often pollute a person’s pure devotion to the Kingdom of God.

New York district attorney calls for end to prosecuting serious crimes. It’s every criminal’s lucky day in Gotham

With the departure of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and the election of Eric Adams, a Democrat who at least rhetorically voiced support for the police and law and order, some hoped that worrying crime trends in New York City would be reversed. The early signs aren’t promising.

The Bible’s accuracy vindicated … again

To put it bluntly, the Bible is not anti-science. Rather, the Bible explains why science works. And, every once in a while, the Bible offers an insight that sheds further light on an unsolved question of science.

Bob Saget, Norm Macdonald, Betty White and the afterlife

Death is something we all think about almost every day — some more than others. We should think deeply about death, but more importantly, the afterlife.

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