Indivisible: Restoring Faith, Family, and Freedom Before It’s Too Late

I just finished reading Indivisible: Restoring Faith, Family, and Freedom Before It’s Too Late by James Robison and Jay W. Richards. It’s a survey of current pressing social issues, excellent for its clarity, good sense, and what-do-I-do-now? recommendations.You can get a preview at BreakPoint This Week, where the authors had a 25-minute conversation with my […]

Strategies For a Tilted World

A man once ordained priest in Rome writes on CNN’s Belief Blog of “knee-jerk” Christianity, too bigoted and irrational to recognize our own Scripture’s approval of homosexuality. An influential advocate against bullying in schools drives dozens of students from the room, some of them in tears, calling out obscenities on the Bible’s moral backwardness about […]

Further on Dan Savage and SSM “Tolerance”

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Dan Savage With respect to this ignorant outburst, James Agresti writes, First and most succinctly, Savage’s historical revisionism is at odds with primary sources that enlighten the events of the past, such as these words penned by former slave Booker T. Washington in his celebrated […]

Voices for Liberty

A selection. This is urgent. If you only read one, read the first one, and please say yes to Chuck Colson’s request, too: The Time Is Now The Death of Religious Liberty At Stake: Religious Liberty » Evangel | A First Things Blog Religious Liberties and Who Pays for Contraception | Mere Orthodoxy | Christianity, […]

“Deepest Feelings” or Right and Wrong?

I didn’t catch this exactly enough to quote it all, but it went something like this. Mark Halperin was on one of the morning shows this morning, discussing the (apparently) surprising pushback the Obama administration has been getting this week, since announcing there would be only narrow exceptions to the new federal requirement that insurers […]