Tag Archives: Democracy

7 point strategy used to redefine sexuality and marriage

The seven points survey the distortions of truth used to change the way the public thinks about sexuality and marriage. Continue reading

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The Death of Character

More than a decade ago, James Davison Hunter, (University of Virginia) wrote: “The Death of Character: Moral Education in an Age Without Good or Evil.” Hunter’s observations remain sobering for us today. He described the daunting task we face as … Continue reading

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Civilized people need responsible government

Change is possible, but it will only happen when…. Continue reading

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Should we avoid political engagement?

Given the growing polarization and divisive tone of politics, I understand why Christians might want to distance themselves from the whole project. It seems that no matter how graciously we engage, we risk being misunderstood as taking sides with a “Radical Right” or a “Radical Left.” Continue reading

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When the facts expose the agenda

How do you respond when facts emerge to expose the deception behind agenda-driven news? Please don’t retreat into frustration that leads to inaction and non-participation. I realize that sometimes it’s hard to tell who is being honest. It’s appealing to … Continue reading

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Tolerance as a strategy, not a virtue

NBA player Jason Collins has been celebrated as heroic for announcing, “I’m a 34-year-old NBA center, I’m black. And I’m gay.” And, as long as he doesn’t break any laws regarding sex, he is free in this country both to … Continue reading

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Who are the agents of cultural change?

I especially hope that the most influential people will not lose heart. I am referring to … Continue reading

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