Category Archives: Sin
In June of 2015 Dr. Russell Moore wrote in the Washington Post: Why the church should neither cave nor panic about the decision on gay marriage.
As I write this, the Supreme Court has handed down what will be the “Roe v. Wade” of marriage, redefining marriage in all 50 states. This is a sober moment, and I am a conscientious dissenter from this ruling. The Court now has disregarded thousands of years of definition of the most foundational unit of society, and the cultural changes here will be broad and deep. So how should the church respond?
Moore explains that Christians have lost the culture war regarding marriage and asserts that in this regard our new reality bears some resemblance to the early persecuted church:
Moreover, while this decision will, I believe, ultimately hurt many people and families and civilization itself, the gospel doesn’t need “family values” to…
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For those celebrating Thanksgiving today, at some point there will come a time where you is simply too full to move. At this point, the sensible action is to sleep it off before rising later in the day, groggy and disorientated, for a second gorging. But what if technology could help? What if, instead of succumbing to your turkey stupor, some sort of chest-mounted robot arm could lob sweet treats into your open mouth? What a world that would be.
We’ve not reached this gravy-soaked utopia yet, but researchers from Australia and India have taken us one step closer with “Arm-A-Dine” — a robot arm worn in the middle of the chest that picks food up off the table and conveys it to you or your dining partner’s mouth.
Technology, aiding gluttony!
Unbelievable; even the liberal commentator at the Toronto Star agrees that’s nuts…
Surely gender should not be an exculpatory factor in diagnosing pedophilia.
Women have definitely preyed on children sexually.
This woman, McEwen, certainly did — on a 2-year-old.
May God’s judgment rain down upon this land till we repent and return to Him…