John Blok of Moody Radio interviews me about my column for BreakPoint.org, “After the Revolution – A Look at the America That Might Be.”

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Drift

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

If you want to know how far our culture has drifted from its Christian moorings, take a look at the three healthcare professionals who have lied or acted selfishly since contracting Ebola: The nurse in Maine (who is defying a quarantine order and threatening to sue), the doctor in New York (who lied about his whereabouts), and Nancy Snyderman of NBC, who went out for soup in Liberia when she was told to stay indoors. We expect medical pros to act like Christians, that is, by putting the interests of others first. Should we surprised when a secular culture produces secular people?

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What’s Lost in Not Recognizing Campus Religious Groups

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

By KAREN SWALLOW PRIOR

California State University’s recent decision to strip InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapters of their school affiliation undermines its ability to teach pluralism.

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Viable

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

The only issue that matters in the Illinois gubernatorial race is this: Can we take another four years of Pat Quinn? If you don’t think so, then (whatever your personal reservations) you’ve gotta vote for the only viable alternative: Bruce Rauner.

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New Poll Finds Evangelicals’ Favorite Heresies

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

By Kevin P. Emmert

Most American evangelicals hold views condemned as heretical by some of the most important councils of the early church.

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Fight

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

My wife and I would like to hear just one political candidate say, “I’m not going to fight for you.” You’d think, from all the promises to fight, that it’s a boxing match instead of a sacred duty to represent the people.

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The Pope and the Precipice

Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

By Ross Douthat

To grasp why events this month in Rome — publicly feuding cardinals, documents floated and then disavowed — were so remarkable in the context of modern Catholic history, it helps to understand certain practical aspects of the doctrine of papal infallibility.

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Vote

Monday, October 27th, 2014

Whatever their medical necessity, the decisions by governors in largely Democratic states to impose further restrictions to forestall an Ebola epidemic in this country represent, at a minimum, a vote of no confidence on President Obama, his political hack Ebola czar, and the CDC.

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America’s October Worries

Monday, October 27th, 2014

By Victor Davis Hanson

Unlike the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, many of the threats we currently face are self-created.

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Problem

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

What’s it gonna take for liberals to acknowledge and appropriately respond to the problem of Islamic extremism on our own shores?

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