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Bruce Jenner, transgenderism and the church

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It’s the new thing on the cultural horizon. In fact, from Time magazine to major news shows, transgenderism is here. How should Christians respond? On ABC’s 20/20, former Olympian Bruce Jenner recently announced that he is a woman. Explaining that …

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Nothing but net: How Stephen Curry does all things

Stephen Curry

We’re taking a break from the bad news that can so easily dominate our attention, such as riots, earthquakes, and gay wedding cakes. It’s not that these things aren’t important, but they aren’t the only things worthy of our notice. …

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Stealing children: Why worldview matters

child stolen

Most parents, when they travel with young children, take along a few things to make the journey easier: juice packs, Gameboy, and a few cookies. But when one Chinese father travels with his little girl, he takes along handcuffs. The …

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Baltimore’s unsung peacemakers

Baltimore

Being the author of biographies on William Wilberforce and Dietrich Bonhoeffer makes it especially tough for me to witness what a nation of spectators America has become. You see, both of these men looked at the condition their societies were …

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God, state constitutions, and your kids

Classroom

God, natural rights, religious freedom — all great topics, but NOT for public school classrooms, right? Wrong. You can talk about these things in public schools. Here’s a thought: nearly everyone in America lives in a state that officially acknowledges …

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Going with Jesus into our fears

Woman in fear

FDR said the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Most Americans today would beg to differ. America has long been known as “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” Let’s hope it’s not …

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Christians thrown overboard by Obama

President Barack Obama

What do you call it when 12 men are drowned at sea for praying to Jesus? Answer: Religious persecution. Yet, when a throng of Muslims threw a dozen Christians overboard a migrant ship traveling from Libya to Italy, Prime Minister …

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Why Christians are hated in America

faith

Mankind’s first temptation remains our Achilles heel. Ever since the serpent deceptively whispered to Eve of the apple, “[W]hen you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good from evil,” humanity has …

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