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The continuing triumph of faith

Ever hear the old saw that religious people are on the wrong side of history? It isn’t true. Turns out, we’re on the right side of the future as well. A year ago, National Geographic told readers that “religion is …

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The Collapse of Evangelicalism?

After same-sex marriage was judicially imposed on America in 2015, I joined many who predicted that cultural pressure against the biblically faithful Christian church would increase. It did. One of the burning questions in my mind has been not whether …

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Overdoses hit close to home | What to do?


An opioid epidemic is ravaging communities across America. What can we Christians do about it? A recent edition of the New Yorker contained one of the saddest collection of stories I’ve ever read. The article described in detail the devastating …

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Civility now | Our democracy depends on it


Democracy requires that citizens actually talk with each other. When we’re no longer capable of that, things fall apart. If there’s an emblem of the hysteria gripping American politics these days, it might just be comedienne Kathy Griffin holding what …

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Saved by an atheist | Do humans matter or not?

Sarah Irving-Stonebraker

Find out how a famous atheist started a secular humanist on the road to faith in Jesus Christ. Sarah Irving-Stonebraker was on the fast track to academic stardom. A native of Australia, Sarah had won the University Medal and a …

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Americans and infidelity | It’s still not OK

Americans and infidelity

A recent article in the New York Times magazine provocatively asked “Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage?” Given the worldview of the New York Times, we shouldn’t be surprised that their answer was “probably.” And the response to the …

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