Perspectives

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    Preserving our most valuable resource

    If you look into the eyes of a child, you can see the future. Gazing into the eyes of my daughter recently on her 16th birthday, I listened as she shared through tears that one of her greatest fears is…

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    California to ban books?

    Once again in California, we see that the new sexual orthodoxy trumps the Constitution. All Americans should be alarmed, and I mean increasingly so, about the California Assembly’s increasing disregard for the First Amendment. After all, it’s the California Assembly…

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    Booker and the New Yorker vs. Pompeo and Chick-Fil-A

    So, the New Yorker thinks Chick-fil-A doesn’t belong in New York and a U.S. Senator thinks Mike Pompeo doesn’t belong as the Secretary of State. Anyone nominated to be the Secretary of State for the United States of America should…

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    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg

    Zuckerberg theater on Capitol Hill

    Last week, the Senate and the House grilled Mark Zuckerberg about Facebook’s use of data. Maybe someone else should have been on the hot seat, too. This past week saw the most-anticipated theatrical performance in Washington in years, and I’m…

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    Biola University

    Christian colleges at a crossroads | Faithfulness or federal dollars?

    If you think, like I do, that Christian colleges are hugely important, especially in this culture, you should be concerned. A recent NPR web headline ran “Christian colleges are tangled in their own LGBT policies.” A more accurate headline would…

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    Suicide

    When is it right to die?

    When it comes to America’s suicide epidemic, we really are our brothers’ keepers. Today I want to speak with you about something that’s deadly serious—America’s suicide epidemic. If you think this doesn’t apply to you and you can just go on with…

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    A Wrinkle in truth: Disney distorts a Christian classic and the Imago Dei

    As personal feelings increasingly replace reality and truth, revisionist history is giving way to revisionist art. Madeline L’Engle’s classic novel, A Wrinkle in Time, features an epic story of good versus evil. Written from a Judeo-Christian worldview, the fantasy book,…

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    Delete Amino and Musical.ly on your kid’s phone

    If your teen has a smart phone, please listen. I’ve got a warning for you, and then a suggestion that I don’t usually make. I don’t normally offer one-size-fits all parenting advice on BreakPoint. But please, if your child has…

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    Scars

    Jesus restores what is broken. And even though we may have scars, the scars are not our entire story, merely part of our story. Easter isn’t just about the cross, it’s about the empty tomb. When Jesus appeared to the…

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    Congress

    Congress funds Planned Parenthood

    Our GOP-majority Congress just forked over $500 million to Planned Parenthood. Have we been duped? To paraphrase William Wilberforce’s foe Lord Melbourne, things have come to a pretty pass when the Babylon Bee becomes our “go-to” source for accurate reporting.…

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