The last paragraph of the recently published “Manhattan Declaration” makes for interesting reading.
Because we honor justice and the common good, we will not comply with any edict that purports to compel our institutions to participate in abortions, embryodestructive research, assisted suicide and euthanasia, or any other antilife act; nor will we bend to any . . . → Read More: Bending the Knee
In the middle of a sometimes heated debate over on the Fulcrum Forum, commenter Ken Petrie has written an absolutely brilliant piece on the complexities of this issue. Enjoy!
As I see it, there are several aspects to the problem: social, psychological, biological, and theological being the four I find obvious.
Socially and sociologically, we . . . → Read More: Some Thoughts on Sexuality from the Fulcrum Forum
… because THIS is the most important thing this Christmas.
Forget the amusing story that the children on the latest atheist bus campaign are in fact sprogs of Evangelicals. What’s more hilarious is the thinking behind the campaign – “Please don’t label me – Let me grow up and choose for myself”. What kind of uncaring parents would take such an approach?
I discussed this . . . → Read More: “Please don’t label me”
Just to remind us occasionally – probably the best thing he ever said.
The matter is quite simple. The Bible is very easy to understand. But we Christians are a bunch of scheming swindlers. We pretend to be unable to understand it because we know very well that the minute we understand, we are obliged . . . → Read More: Some Kierkegaard
It’s not the fact that the brothers can’t sing. It’s not the fact that by all accounts they really can’t sing.
It’s the fact that when you look at the sheer mad entertainment that was their Ghostbusters cover, instead of picking to cover this
for Queen week, you know and I . . . → Read More: The problem with Jedward…