Tag Archives: ethics

Sin Is Not A Verb

or Why I Support the Death Penalty I was recently schooled by a Catholic friend on the subject of the Pro-Life Movement. She insisted that Pro-Life included banning the death penalty. Her argument was, to be honest, very Pro-Life, along … Continue reading

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Notes on “The Abolition of Man”

Chapter One: Men Without Chests Bruce Jenner says of his condition, “I just couldn’t continue living a lie.” What he means is that he perceives his physical, birth gender to be a lie. That perception implies that the truth lies … Continue reading

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A Call to Repentance

I can’t tell you how I struggle each day with the will of God in my own life, in the affairs of nations and government, in community and even within  the visible church. We, “Christians” strive to resist what we … Continue reading

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