When Charity Doesn’t Look Like Charity

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From my friend Josh Good at the Values and Capitalism project, here’s a great video showing how sustainable economic solutions can be built on free market principles: If you teach – at a university, at a school or at home – on values and economics, you might go to Values and Capitalism and learn more about their [Read More...]

Today We Are All Bostonians

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My wife and I lived for eight years in the Boston area, including four years in the heart of Cambridge and two years in Watertown.  The very same route from Cambridge to Watertown where the Marathon bombers led police on a deadly chase – we drove it multiple times every day.  The police and press [Read More...]

Is Justin Lee Now Misrepresenting the Fact That He Misrepresented My Views on the Levitical Prohibitions? – An Open Rejoinder to Justin Lee from Robert Gagnon

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Robert Gagnon, author of The Bible and Homosexual Practice, responds in this guest post to Justin Lee, executive director of the Gay Christian Network and author of Torn: Rescuing the Gospel from the Gays-vs.-Christians Debate.  I’m grateful to Gagnon and to Lee for the conversation, and to be clear, I would also welcome Lee to respond [Read More...]

America the Vulnerable: IED’s Have Finally Come to the Homeland

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America was reminded yesterday of her vulnerability.  Friendly neighbors and vast oceans once buffered the American homeland from the violence and savagery of other parts of the world.  Yet now the world has grown too small for that.  Technology, liberty, and the global clash of ideologies have made us vulnerable.  It’s unthinkable that an army [Read More...]

Faithful Christianity in College

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I’m grateful to Douglas Groothuis and Sarah Geis for this guest series on the practices of a flourishing faith in college. * Faithful Christianity in College (Part 1 of 3) By Douglas Groothuis and Sarah Geis The greatest challenge which lies ahead in college for a Christian is not getting good grades or being taught [Read More...]


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