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Martin Luther: Church reformer. Prolific theologian. Craft beer enthusiast. World-class insult artist. That’s right, if you ideologically crossed this church father, you might have found yourself on the wrong side of a carefully worded barb involving donkey farts or cobweb trousers. (It’s probably a good thing they didn’t have Twitter back then, because Luther doesn’t strike…

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Here are 10 reactions to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz’s, R-Texas, Monday announcement at Liberty University that he is running for president. These comments are from journalists and pundits from across the partisan and ideological spectrum and are in no particular order. 1. Jerry Brown, governor of California Cruz’s position on climate change make him unfit, not just…

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For Owen Strachan, convictions come with a cost. Strachan, an assistant professor of Christian theology and church history at Boyce College, has been pro-life for many years. It wasn’t until recently, however, that he decided to act on his conviction. “I’ve been convictionally pro-life for a long time, but hadn’t taken an opportunity to get…

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Old blessing

You probably wouldn’t see him doing so, but he’s faithfully hanging the church sign every Friday night and taking it down every Sunday. You probably wouldn’t see her doing so, but she’s faithfully coordinating with others to ensure that there will be enough food at church gatherings. You probably wouldn’t see them doing so, but…

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In 1985, Charisma ran a cover story about Karl Strader with the headline: “This man stepped out in faith and built a 10,000-seat church in a city of 58,000.” Now, only 30 years later, the Carpenter’s Home Church building, which cost $9 million to erect, is being torn down and the property will be converted into a retirement facility.…

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( – The Iowa Supreme Court is currently deciding whether to uphold a ban on Planned Parenthood of the Heartland’s (PPH) webcam abortions in which off-site physicians remotely dispense two abortion-inducing drugs to patients they have not examined. “This is a national test case,” saidMatthew Heffron, an attorney for theThomas More Society, after the high court…

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NEW YORK — A former Pakistani parliamentarian advocating for equal treatment for religious minorities back home claims life is sometimes hell for the Islamic Republic’s Christian minorities, who are often victimized by blasphemy laws and bear the brunt of public resentment against Western nations like the United States. “Due to our faith, we are persecuted.…

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Some liberals are expressing regret over the oppressive political correctness regimes that liberals have implemented on college campuses and elsewhere. The liberal activism of her college years was anti-intellectual, “vaguely cultish” and “the darkest chapter of my life,” a self-described “queer activist” writing under the pseudonym Aurora Dagny wrote for The McGill Daily in November. Dagny is…

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What would you say if you found out that our public schools were teaching children that it is not true that it’s wrong to kill people for fun or cheat on tests? Would you be surprised? I was. As a philosopher, I already knew that many college-aged students don’t believe in moral facts. While there are…

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In his final letter, Paul charges Timothy, his son in the faith, to “do the work of an evangelist” (2 Tim. 4:5). By these words, the aged Apostle establishes the timeless standard for pastoral ministry, not only for young Timothy but for all pastors in every generation and in every place. With Apostolic authority, this imperative…

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