October 12, 2020

The producers of the upcoming Amazon Prime series based on Tolkien’s Middle Earth are requiring that extras be “comfortable with nudity” and have hired an “Intimacy Coordinator” to choreograph sex scenes. Read more

October 9, 2020

Justice is an important theme of Scripture, so Christians can resonate with today’s calls for social justice.  But there is a difference between the Biblical understanding of justice and that of many of today’s social justice activists. Read more

October 8, 2020

Some people don’t personally believe in abortion, but they can be pro-choice because they invoke other moral or pro-life positions that balance out or outweigh that single issue. Robert George and Ramesh Ponnuru show what’s wrong with that position. Read more

October 7, 2020

Many politicians and voters say that while they are personally opposed to abortion, they believe they should not impose their religious opinion on other people and so, as a matter of public policy, they support a woman’s right to abortion. Robert George and Ramesh Ponnuru show what’s wrong with that position. Read more

October 6, 2020

Responding to criticism from both historians and Marxists, the “New York Times” has quietly backed off of its claim that August, 1619, when the first slaves were brought to Virginia–not July 4, 1776–is America’s “true founding.” Read more

October 5, 2020

In the new Chinese Communist translation of the Bible, Jesus kills the woman taken in adultery, rather than forgiving her. Read more

October 2, 2020

President Trump has tested positive for COVID-19. The year 2020 is unfolding like an apocalyptic novel. Read more

October 2, 2020

Reactions to Trump’s alleged mockery of his evangelical supporters demonstrate two approaches to politics. Some people vote for a candidate because “he is one of us.”  Other people vote for a candidate because “he can do something for me.” Read more

October 1, 2020

“Critical theory” teaches that beliefs systems are manifestations of the will to power and are masks for oppression. Wouldn’t that mean that critical theory is also a manifestation of the will to power and be a mask for oppression? An article argues that critical theory is also an example of white privilege and is racist in keeping Black people in a state of subjection. Read more

September 30, 2020

Beethoven is being canceled, not for being racist or sexist but because classical music is allegedly exclusionary and elitist. But the arguments demonstrate the falsity, reductionism, and contradictions of cancel culture. Read more

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