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The LGBTQ + Emperor has no clothes

Gay marriage

It has been often repeated in recent years that the new civil rights struggle is for LGBT “equality.” During a debate regarding same-sex marriage in 2008, hosted by the local bar association and law school, I distinctly recall a fellow …

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Tim Kaine mangles the Bible to score a political point

Tim Kaine mangles the Bible

Vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine has figured out a way to reconcile his “devout” Catholic faith with his support for same-sex marriage: a new reading of Genesis 1. Speaking to the Human Rights Campaign, a leading LGBT organization, Kaine said …

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Observatory earth | Eclipses and our privileged planet

solar eclipse

In Mark Twain’s classic story, “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court,” a denizen of nineteenth-century New England named Hank Morgan mysteriously finds himself thrown back into sixth-century England. The resourceful Hartford man, taken for a magician and sentenced to …

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The lost purpose for learning

Christian schools

Christian Overman, who directs the Seattle-based Worldview Matters and is a commissioned Colson Fellow, believes—and I largely agree—that we’ve lost the culture because we’ve lost our schools—including, in some cases, important distinctives that make Christian schools, well, Christian. “The shaping …

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‘Born this way’ is shaky science

“The science is settled!” we often hear on any questions surrounding the LGBT issues. But two experts replied last week, “Not so fast.” If you blinked sometime around 2010, you probably didn’t recognize the country when you opened your eyes. …

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