Roger E. OlsonIllegal Immigration of Children: The Underlying Problem Nobody Seems to Talk About
Within reach is a paradise of affluence and luxury, free education, health care, food and…hope. Yet we who live in the lap of luxury expect them to stay away.
Owen StrachanJosh Barro: “Stamp Out” Those Who Disagree with LGBT Advocates
Barro replied that he thinks that “we should make anti-LGBT views shameful like segregation. Not saying we should off people.”
CranachLouisiana Court Challenges the Seal of Confession
The traditional guarantee of confidentiality between pastor and church member seems to be in jeopardy.
RevangelicalA Final Word on the Middle Eastern Crisis
My goal is simply to expose Evangelicals, who are traditionally Zionistic, to a Palestinian perspective on these issues.
Good LettersGod, Guilt, and Aronofsky’s Noah, Part 2
Resentment says that not only is God taking my place at the center of the universe, he is not running things properly.
Uncommon God, Common GoodUncommon Common People
Long after politicians have had their day on stage, those who diligently do the common things well build civilizations for the long haul.
The Anxious BenchJoseph Smith and the Book of Abraham
Did Smith mislead his followers into thinking that he had literally decoded the language and symbols found on the papyri he bought?
Pilgrim's Road TripSample: Teach Us To Want
"Humility is one of the hardest habits to wear — which may be why talking about desire is sometimes the last thing we want to do."
EuangelionBook Review: Strangers and Pilgrims Once More
We struggle to live and speak openly, since often that is seen as an attack on the new norm, on the prevailing wisdom.