Assisted Suicide is Spiralling Out of Control in Canada
The Supreme Court dismissed warnings of a slippery slope, but that is exactly what has happened.
We can hope that as more and more tragic cases emerge in Canada, public pressure may begin to force legislators to take action to restrict access to assisted suicide. But once a change like this happens, it’s hard to ever imagine it being fully reversed. The underlying logic of a “right” to assisted suicide, and... Continue Reading
After Proclaiming the Opposite, Medical Pros Quietly Admit Mutilating Trans Kids Doesn’t Fix Depression
UW Medicine quietly revised publications to indicate that performing mutilative surgeries on trans children doesn’t fix depression.
This study promotes the irreversible genital mutilation of impressionable children and suggests that it might alleviate their depression. Media coverage of this study could influence parents to seek out these procedures for their children, and it convinces medical professionals to keep their concerns private. This sets up patients for possible failure, prevents honest inquiry into what the... Continue Reading
The Way is Shut: Evangelical Compromise and the Illusion of Virtual Church
You will not find a scriptural text where Christ or His apostles hid from the diseased and destitute, the lonely, depressed or dying in the interest of loving and saving them. If ever Christians should be wearied by empty evangelical platitudes to justify our inaction, it’s now.
The notion that the church can manage just fine online on any kind of ongoing basis is a fatal error. It is an unscriptural theology of creation and incarnation that believes the body of Christ can exist and function equally well in an abstract digital world, reducing the Lord’s Table to relative unimportance, and the... Continue Reading
Christian Colleges Look for “Missing Men”
Faced with overall enrollment declines, schools are working to close higher education’s gender gap.
As evangelical colleges and universities across the country worry about overall enrollment declines, many schools are especially worried about “missing men.” Women in the US currently earn six out of every 10 degrees, and the gender gap has widened with the pandemic. Male undergraduate enrollment dropped by 5 percent in fall of 2020, compared to a less than 1... Continue Reading
Boston’s Massacre of “Child Gender Care” Sparks National Outcry
Sinister practices at Boston's Children's Hospital include genital, chest, and face surgeries for minors.
Moms and dads are taking innocent trips to the pediatrician, where they might encounter someone who believes as Boston’s Jeremi Carswell does, that “A child will often know that they’re transgender from the moment that they have any ability to express themselves…” It was just a routine checkup, they thought. But when the couple... Continue Reading
After Being Targeted by NBC News, Christian School Refuses to Back Down on Traditional Morality
The threats came in reaction to an article by NBC News, which published several paragraphs of a June 6 email reiterating to school parents the school’s commitment to biblical sexuality.
“We believe that any form of homosexuality, lesbianism, bisexuality, transgender identity/lifestyle, self-identification, bestiality, incest, fornication, adultery and pornography are sinful in the sight of God and the church (Genesis 2:24; Leviticus 18:1-30; Romans 1:26-29; I Corinthians 5:1; I Corinthians 6:9; I Thessalonians 4:2-7),” the email added. “Students who are found participating in these lifestyles will... Continue Reading
It Can’t be Both Depending on How We Feel
In the end, we have to choose. Is this a human life or not?
If it isn’t a baby really, we should be telling the Ferdinands to get over themselves and stop making mountains out of mole hills. It is not different to having some skin peel off. It is a total nonsense to make such things national news: couple distraught at clump of cells no longer existing. If,... Continue Reading
What is the Pitiful Problem With Education?
This fog of confusion obscures the kind of education that prepares one for life. Any opposition to this explanation for failure is immediately met with charges of bigotry and racism, and this is the current status of education.
The words teach and teaching are mentioned 212 times in the scriptures. Christianity, unlike any other worldview, is an intellectually rigorous worldview. For far too long, we’ve delegated education to public school systems. Only recently have Christians taken a stand, as we’ve witnessed the proliferation of homeschooling across the country. The next phase of growth, however, will require true... Continue Reading
Monkeypox and the Face of Gay Promiscuity
Promiscuous gay German man's nose nearly rots off from monkeypox. He also had advanced syphilis and HIV, but didn't know it.
In the United States, we have had legal same-sex marriage from coast to coast for seven years now. Of course the culture of debauchery has not changed. It never was going to change. And look, if the horrors of AIDS didn’t change it, why should monkeypox? That’s a pretty horrible picture, innit? It’s a... Continue Reading
Christian Nationalism is Biblical and America-First, but It’s Not White
Americans of all races are embracing Christian, America First policies, despite establishment attempts to vilify them as racist.
The United States isn’t special because it’s a nation chosen by God; it’s special because it’s a nation that chose God. The implications are entirely biblical. Holy Scripture invites individuals from every race, tribe, nation, and language to freely enter into a personal relationship with the Savior, to live by His commandments, and worship Him as King.... Continue Reading