Living Without Sex: How Christian Singleness Doesn’t Mean Ignoring the Hunger for Sex

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When my husband David joined the Army and was deployed to Iraq, there were certain… implications.  For one year, I would be without someone to change the lightbulbs, help with the carpool line, or talk to me at dinner about anything beyond the ups and downs of elementary school life.

Oh, and it also meant no sex. [Read more...]

The New York Times Publishes an Ignorant, Condescending Anti-Christian Op-ed

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Academic leftists are so used to talking to themselves (and their under-educated students), that they long ago passed the point of even realizing their own ignorance. They delight in their own arguments and their ability to make students “shift uncomfortably in their seats,” yet succeed only in singing to their own condescending choir, with the music published in their house hymnal, the New York Times.

Christians Must Use Explicitly Biblical Arguments

I distinctly remember my deep anxiety about leaving my southern, Christian college and traveling north to a law school that was, well, slightly less hospitable to my religious point of view. [Read more...]

The Attributes of a Christian Warrior

This Saturday I had the honor of delivering the keynote address at First Baptist Church Atlanta’s Veteran’s Day luncheon. [Read more...]

Situation Worsens for American Facing Death for His Faith in Iran

“What do you want for your birthday?” Naghmeh Abedini asked her daughter. [Read more...]


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