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November 15, 2021

Reactions to recent court decisions indicate that many Americans have forgotten the importance of the rule of law, without which, free republics are impossible. Read more

November 12, 2021

In light of same-sex marriage, some couples and pastors are wanting to repudiate state laws about marriage in favor of a church wedding that will marry couples “in the eyes of God,” if not the government. A theological commission explains why that is not a good idea. Read more

November 11, 2021

Many of the “essential workers” lauded in the early days of the pandemic would lose their jobs for defying President Biden’s vaccine mandate. Though a court has stayed that plan, vaccination requirements have sparked a worker rebellion that is already wreaking havoc. Read more

November 10, 2021

In 1993, I published “Modern Fascism,” about the ideas that defined fascism and their revival today. I have been asked to revisit that book to see how it stands up nearly three decades later. Much of what I predicted and warned against has come true. Though sometimes I was wrong in underestimating the fascist revival. Read more

November 9, 2021

American confessional Lutherans may feel beleaguered at times, but they should realize that they have Biblically-faithful counterparts all around the world. The International Lutheran Council consists of 60 church bodies with over 7 million members. Read more

November 8, 2021

Last Tuesday’s election was a “red wave” that swept over much of the nation, with conservative victories even in states and cities that were bastions of progressivism. Why this happened and what it means. Read more

November 5, 2021

Parents are insisting that public schools should not be centers for indoctrinating their children.  But indoctrination may be a feature, not a bug, of public education. Read more

November 4, 2021

Young adults are abandoning the church in droves. Evidently, the “youth group” strategy many churches have relied upon–with its emphasis on pizza, games, and fun activities–has not been effective. There are, however, alternatives. Read more

November 3, 2021

Lutherans and Anglicans have similarities, but also major differences. But Lutherans can learn from the attempts by some Anglicans to bring that tradition back from extreme liberalism to Biblical orthodoxy. Read more

November 2, 2021

A growing number of young women–some of them in their teens–are not only choosing not to have children, they are making sure that they will never have children by getting sterilized. Their reasons vary, from wanting the human race to die out to thinking that babies are “gross.” But they fail to factor in that both babies and they themselves will grow older.  Read more




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