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An Indispensable New Year Resolution

An Indispensable New Year Resolution

Do your friends, family, and co-workers know more about your opinions regarding vaccine mandates, masks, inflation, illegal immigration, election integrity, America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, or our president’s mental health than they know about your opinions regarding God and His expectations for how we ought to live?

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When Fear Rules: The Rise of Omicron

When Fear Rules - The Rise of Omicron

Fear has been the driving force in determining our way of life for nearly two years, so perhaps it should not be surprising that it only took four men in Africa with Hay Fever-like symptoms to cause a stock market crash, trigger a new spate of travel bans, and rebooted talk of government lockdowns. On Black Friday…

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It Is Time to Stop Clowning around about Abortion

It Is Time to Stop Clowning around about Abortion

Ironically, the same woke activists that decried comedian Dave Chappelle’s insensitivity last month toward transgenders are now lauding a Saturday Night Live sketch with “Goober the Clown (who had an abortion when she was 23).” … “Review after review, recap after recap, proclaimed that it was punchy and provocative,”…

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Halloween: How to Use the Vampire to Share the Gospel

Halloween - How to Use the Vampire to Share the Gospel

Gothic horror, from which was birthed our modern depictions of monsters, is rooted in mankind’s fear and comprehension of its own dark inclinations. Certainly, the king of gothic horror is the vampire. As such, vampires portray the thirst and restlessness of our repressed dark side. They challenge us to confront our natural predisposition for evil and our pursuit of personal gratification over all else….

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How to Use Halloween Horror to Share the Gospel

How to Use Halloween Horror to Share the Gospel

What better time is there for conversations about the afterlife than a day dominated by ghosts and monsters? Indeed, the horror of vampires, werewolves, zombies, witches, and ghosts provide prime opportunities to share spiritual truths with a secular society. Far from fearing these monsters, Christians can embrace them as meaningful archetypes that illustrate…

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20 Years after 9/11, Can We Finally Admit the Truth?

20 Years after 9/11, Can We Finally Admit the Truth?

Perhaps the greatest casualty on September 11 was truth. Patriotic Americans across the country rallied around our flag rather than our exclusive truth claims for one faith and the moral obligations that come with it. At the time, it was considered intolerant and unpatriotic to…

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Profound Incompetence

Profound Incompetence

Even if President Joe Biden made the right decision to withdraw our troops from Afghanistan, he certainly failed in his execution of this mission. While our anger appears justified, we may be better served to learn from President Biden’s mistakes by questioning whether we are executing our own mission with an similar level of incompetence….

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Ecosexual Foolishness: A New Low, Even for CNN

Ecosexual Foolishness - A New Low, Even for CNN

Just when we think we’ve reached the bottom of the barrel for serious reporting by CNN, we discover there are even greater depths of foolishness. … The picture adorning the article is worth a thousand words. It shows an eccentric, lesbian couple hugging a tree while arrayed in purple outfits that look like something stolen from the aliens in a 1950s B-grade science fiction movie….

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An Olympic Disaster: When Representatives Bring Disgrace

An Olympic Disaster

The abysmal ratings of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic opening ceremony reflect America’s frustration with woke athletes who care more about virtue signaling, social media, and their personal brand than the sport they play or the country they supposedly represent. … as Americans, we do not appreciate being misrepresented to the world. However, we are not alone in this sentiment…

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