Perspectives

  • Apatheism

    Beware of apatheism!

    With apologies to Richard Dawkins, the New Atheists are old news. But we’ve got a bigger problem. You remember them, don’t you? Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, and Sam Harris? These so-called “New Atheists” drew crowds with their bombastic…

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  • Chinese Church

    China’s crackdown on religion | Why religious freedom must be for all

    Not since the days of Mao have we seen the sort of suppression of religion in China like we’re seeing right now. Two recent stories from Xi Jinping’s China suggest it’s open season on religious believers there. Reports out of…

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  • Supreme Court

    Will religious liberty survive sexual liberty?

    Observers of the state of religious freedom in the United States, including me, are very encouraged by recent decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court robustly affirming the First Amendment’s protections of religious liberty and the freedom of speech in cases…

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  • Why Brett Kavanaugh deserves a seat on the Supreme Court

    President Donald Trump promised during his campaign to nominate federal judges who will carefully adhere to the United States’ Constitution and the rule of law. Exit polling confirmed that this commitment was one of the primary reasons he received so…

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  • When children ‘choose’ to die

    All must be sacrificed for the demon-gods “autonomy” and “choice.” This is why they are killing children in Belgium. In 2014, Belgium, which already had perhaps the most permissive euthanasia laws in the world, amended those laws to permit doctors to…

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  • Jack Phillips

    The Colorado Civil Rights Commission is after Jack Phillips again

    In June, Jack Phillips won a five-year battle against the Colorado Civil Rights Commission. The Supreme Court, by a 7-2 margin, ruled that the Commission had displayed impermissible bias towards his faith. What kind of bias? Well, statements comparing Phillips’…

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  • The Happy Honk

    The happy honk | The importance of good manners

    These are angry times. So what better time for Christians to display good manners, courtesy, and respect? Have you ever felt nervous or guilty about honking your car horn at somebody—even if the driver ahead of you is texting his…

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  • University of New Mexico

    Fetal body parts business to end at university

    For years, the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center has performed research using fetal body parts. And for years, they might have been violating federal law which prohibits the exchange of fetal tissue “for any profit or benefit of…

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  • Anne with an E

    Anne of Rainbow Gables? | LGBT agenda and a children’s classic

    When a classic children’s book gets turned into a TV series, it’s usually a cause for celebration. Usually. One of the most endearing and enduring books for kids is Anne of Green Gables, a 1908 novel about a Canadian orphan…

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  • Religious freedom abroad — and at home

    After the first-ever Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, the administration has now announced a Religious Freedom Task Force. Here’s why that’s important. At the end of July, the State Department hosted a long-overdue “Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom,” and brought…

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