Win

Friday, December 12th, 2014

Didn’t the Republicans win the elections in November?

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Wheaton’s ‘gay celibate Christian’

Friday, December 12th, 2014

By JULIE ROYS

The evangelical college’s counselor believes she cannot change her sexual orientation, but others say that denies God’s ability to heal

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Wondering

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

I wonder if all those so loudly declaiming now about CIA “torture”–including many who supported the interrogation policy when it was ongoing–would be singing a different tune if they were being held captive by Al-Qaeda or ISIS? I expect that they would want the government to do all it could to protect and rescue them, which is what it was doing before.

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Stupid

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

Yesterday Jonathan (“I’m with Stupid”) Gruber, under oath, refused to disclose how much he he was paid as a consultant for Obamacare. No matter. Whatever it was, it was too much.

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Weakness

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Some oppose today’s release of the Senate majority report on “enhanced interrogation methods” during the Bush administration because it will motivate our enemies to attack us. Don’t they already have that motivation? They’re trying to kill us every day. I fear that the release of this one-sided report, rather, will embolden our enemies, who are always looking for signs of American weakness. This may be good politics for the Democrats, who are losing their majority, but it is bad for national security. And isn’t politics supposed to stop at the water’s edge?

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The Great Congruence of Science and Faith

Monday, December 8th, 2014

By Amy Julia Becker

I read Rob Moll’s newest book, What Your Body Knows About God with interest and wonder. It’s filled with fascinating tidbits of information about our bodies and spirituality, and Rob writes in a way that easily connects data points to stories. The book as a whole stands as an encouraging reminder that scientific data about the chemical composition of our bodies and brains can aid and serve our worship of God and our service to one another. I’m thankful that Rob was willing to talk with me here about What Your Body Knows About God.

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Our Compromised Witness

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

By Eric Metaxas

Sixty percent of all Americans now live in a state in which marriage has been redefined to allow same-sex couples to “marry.” So should Christians give up, go home, and move on to another issue?

Absolutely not.

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Forward

Saturday, December 6th, 2014

Relationships can only go forward, never backward.

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Hazardous

Friday, December 5th, 2014

While we’re right to discuss ways to reduce the number of people killed by the police, let’s not forget what the scofflaw Eric Garner was doing: selling single cigarettes on the street. He was participating in New York’s black market for cigarettes. Garner was doing so because a pack costs around $14.50 in Gotham, much of that cost due to the city’s high taxes on tobacco. People no doubt buy “loosies” from people like Garner because they can no longer afford to buy a full pack legally. Perhaps the surgeon general should warn us that sometimes high taxes, at least in New York, can be hazardous to your health.

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Christmas, Then and Now

Friday, December 5th, 2014

By Stan Guthrie

In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered.

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