Church for Men: Why Informality Is Suddenly OK

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[display_podcast] (Author’s note: This post originally appeared in January 2013. It was part of a series about the huge changes that are rocking Western society – and their impact on men and the church. I am not advocating these changes; I’m simply trying to explain why they’re happening, to help believers respond with greater understanding to those they may disagree with.) I’m one of the millions of viewers enchanted by one of TV’s hottest show – Downton Abbey. It’s the story of an aristocrati … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: The Case for the Pro-Life Position with Scott Klusendorf, part 6

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. There are third-world countries that have unbelievable child mortality rates. All across Africa, India and other poverty-stricken nations around the globe, there are populations where a majority of the children born die before they reach their one-month-birthday, typically from malnutrition and disease. ONE MONTH! But, does it follow that those children who die within a month are less human than those of us who live … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: The Case for the Pro-Life Position with Scott Klusendorf, part 5

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. People too often confuse “construction” with “development”. In Bowling Green, KY, you can visit the Corvette Assembly Plant and if you hang around long enough, you can actually watch a Corvette, from the time the first two metal plates are put together to the point it rolls of the assembly line at the end of the plant. Would we think, as we watch the construction process of the ‘Vette, that we had a Corvette at the … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: The Case for the Pro-Life Position with Scott Klusendorf, part 4

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. There’s a rule in debate that says: Whomever frames the argument almost always wins the argument. If the debate is framed around the question, “What is the unborn”, then a pro-life position holder is in the driver’s seat. But, if the debate is about choice, privacy, or trusting women, the pro-lifer will lose. So, if someone asks, “Why don’t you pro-lifers trust women to make their own personal decisions?” Then the m … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: The Case for the Pro-Life Position with Scott Klusendorf, part 3

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. I am vigorously pro-choice regarding women choosing their own husband, choosing their own health care providers, choosing their own worldview, choosing the careers they wish to pursue, the cars they wish to buy, the pets they wish to own. I’m pro-choice on all those issues. BUT, some choices are wrong. Taking the lives of defenseless human beings simply because they are in the way of something that we want is a WR … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: The Case for the Pro-Life Position with Scott Klusendorf, part 2

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. How can we bring clarity to people who believe that moral truth cannot be known? To people who believe that abortion is not a moral dilemma, but simply an issue of personal preference? Or to people who think that humans have no value, except for how they function? These two questions: How do we bring moral truth to those who think there can’t be moral truth?; and how do we reach people who think that human value is s … [Read more...]


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