Perspectives

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    Flipping Out, marriage and surrogacy

    Well reality television has just given us a whole new, and tragic, answer to the question, “Where were you born?” The Bravo reality show “Flipping Out,” recently filmed and aired the birth of a little girl, Monroe Christine. But the focus…

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    Freedom is never free

    The freedom we are blessed with in these United States came at a severe cost to those who envisioned it 242 years ago. As members of the Continental Congress in 1776 met in Philadelphia for the most remarkable epoch in…

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    Supreme Court

    Supreme Court issues major pro-life speech victory

    Freedom is the question this court session and, thankfully, freedom is the answer! Following on the heels of the monumental Masterpiece Cake shop ruling, which turned on the free exercise of religion, the Supreme Court continued to ask and answer…

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    Title VII and the next big threat to religious freedom

    The Supreme Court victories in the Masterpiece Cakeshop and NIFLA vs. Becerra cases were significant, but as we described last week on BreakPoint, they didn’t settle the biggest questions about the future of religious freedom. And so we still await the fates of Christians…

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    Keep kids with parents at border — and remember how we got here

    Last week during the height of the media’s fixation on the United States’ southwestern border, some accused the evangelical leaders who advise President Trump, of whom I’m one, of staying silent about children being separated from their parents. While this…

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    Tel Abel Beth Maacah

    Biblical history in your hands

    Second Samuel 20 tells the story of a short-lived rebellion against the rule of King David led by a Benjamite named Sheba, a kinsman of David’s predecessor, Saul. It’s a short, almost enigmatic, tale involving, among other things, cloistered concubines,…

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    Aid the Iraqi Christians

    For too long the U.S. government has done too little to aid Iraqi Christians. That has to change. It takes courage to be a Christian in Iraq, more courage than I or I’d bet most of us can even imagine.…

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    Anthony Bourdain, suicide, and us | A wake-up call for the church

    An epidemic of staggering and tragic proportions is sweeping the country. And Christians are not immune. This man seemed to have it all. Celebrity chef, TV travel dude, and author Anthony Bourdain circled the globe, going to exotic places, eating…

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    Making abortion unthinkable

    To quote a friend: The goal of the pro-life movement should be to make abortion unthinkable–not just illegal. Let me explain why. Ever since Roe v. Wade, and especially in recent years, pro-lifers are making dramatic legislative gains in restricting abortion.…

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    D-Day

    The spiritual battle on D-Day

    Many of us know about D-Day through films like “Saving Private Ryan.” But no film has ever told the story of another great battle that took place that day. June 1944. A tense and tired world is awaiting word of…

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