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A God-Given Opportunity

Three words: What. Just. Happened.

The thought ran on repeat through my head as I sat in the empty merchandise booth, situated in the middle of the large, crowded homeschool exhibit hall. 761 more words

Words Of Wisdom

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John Stonestreet shares some scientific evidence for the value of traditional families.

“This very obvious fact—that each generation is taught by an earlier generation—must be kept very firmly in mind…. 357 more words

United Nations: Around 1,300 killed in Ukraine since ceasefire

Reuters: Around 1,300 people have been killed in Ukraine’s separatist conflict since a September ceasefire, according to a U.N. report that said many living in the country’s rebel-held east were struggling to survive. 240 more words

War

Why You Don't Need to Fear the News - John Stonestreet

On a recent broadcast, Shepard Smith of Fox News took to task what he called the “hysterical voices” that are spreading fear and panic over Ebola in the United States. 729 more words

Articles

Review of 'Same-Sex Marriage' by Sean McDowell and John Stonestreet

 Sean McDowell and John Stonestreet, Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God’s Design for Marriage (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2014). Paperback / Kindle

On September 21, 1996, President Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) into law, which Congress had passed with overwhelming bipartisan majorities (85–14 in the Senate, 342–67 in the House). 1,213 more words

Book Reviews

Same Sex- Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God's Design for Marriage - A Book Review

Sean McDowell and John Stonestreet tackle a difficult subject in their book, “Same Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God’s Design for Marriage.” McDowell, the son of famed Christian apologist, pastor, speaker, and writer, Josh McDowell, is a professor at Biola University. 941 more words

Consequences Trump Intentions

A Book Review:  Same-Sex Marriage by Sean McDowell and John Stonestreet

If Siskel and Ebert could ever have agreed on a movie to watch together, and then have agreed in their enjoyment of the movie and let the world be privy to their discussion of that movie, it might have sounded a bit like McDowell and Stonestreet in their dialogue on so-called same-sex marriage.  641 more words