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The InterVarsity Situation and Why Inclusivity is Not the Greatest Good

The InterVarsity Situation and Why Inclusivity is Not the Greatest Good

This school year the California State University system is enacting a non-discrimination policy for all student organizations.

Believers in a Culture That Is Increasingly Hostile to Christianity

Believers in a Culture That Is Increasingly Hostile to Christianity

If our eyes are on anyone but Jesus, we’re not going to have the stamina to put up with criticism or outright hostility. 

FamilyLife, Redefining Marriage, and the Most Loving Thing We Can Do

FamilyLife, Redefining Marriage, and the Most Loving Thing We Can Do

After the Supreme Court declared DOMA to be unconstitutional this past June, Dennis Rainey shared a letter about FamilyLife’s controversial radio broadcast on this issue. 

Challenge Those Who Value Tolerance to in Fact Be Tolerant

Challenge Those Who Value Tolerance to in Fact Be Tolerant

Our culture lives by a double standard. We place tolerance above all things, including truth. But those who consider themselves unyieldingly tolerant often prove to be decidedly intolerant.

 
Will there be books and reading on the New Earth?

Will there be books and reading on the New Earth?

It’s likely that books will have a greater role in our lives in Heaven than they do now. The libraries of the New Earth, I imagine, will be fantastic.

What does it mean to “love not the things of the world”?

What does it mean to “love not the things of the world”?

1 John 2:15-16 reads, “Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world—the desires of the flesh [the sin nature] and the desires of the eyes [which relates to the warped perspective we sometimes have] and pride in possessions—is not from the Father but is from the world.” 

The Hunger Games and a Hunger for the Real Life

The Hunger Games and a Hunger for the Real Life

I’ve received notes from readers asking about my take on The Hunger Games movie and books.

Dan Franklin on the Growing Consistency of the Pro-Choice Position

Dan Franklin on the Growing Consistency of the Pro-Choice Position

Recently my son-in-law Dan Franklin, married to my daughter Karina, wrote a very insightful article on his Facebook page. Dan is the teaching pastor at Life Bible Fellowship in Upland, California. 

Disabled Children and Our Cultural Blindspot

Disabled Children and Our Cultural Blindspot

As far back as the 1980's, I read about a survey of pediatricians in which 3/4 said they would abort if knew they were going to have a Down Syndrome Child. Another survey of pediatricians and pediatric surgeons re­vealed that more than two out of three would go along with parents’ wishes to deny life-saving surgery to a child with Down syndrome.

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