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Recommended Reading: July 25-31

If you read one article this week, engage Witness by Peter Leithart.

If you have more reading this weekend, check out the following selections below from around the blogosphere. 210 more words

Theology

Cecil and War-Torn Babies

The Center for Medical Progress released a third video this morning, and it is even more gruesome than the previous ones.  I’m including the video below.  645 more words

Thinking

Recommended Reading: July 18-24

If you engage one article this week, read After Obergefell: Prospects, Predictions, Program by Peter Leithart.

If you’ve got more time to read the following selections from around the blogosphere. 201 more words

Theology

The Professor Who Couldn't Read?

On June 9, a conservative Christian college, Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana, released a policy statement supporting the biblical account of Man’s creation.

On Origins, while Bethel’s affiliation with the Missionary Church supports freedom to investigate and teach a variety of scientifically legitimate theories on Origins, it sets boundaries on the doctrine of the special creation of Adam by God, which should be advocated as the official, meritorious, and theologically responsible position of the College, without disparagement.

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Thinking

Personality Insights Sunday July 26

Wouldn’t anybody in their right mind do as I do?
NOPE.
And that’s the source of many conflicts.
Discover the 9 “right minds,” (9 personality styles) 49 more words

Self Healing

Humanity For Sale

I’m sure by now you’ve see the video exposing Planned Parenthood’s trafficking in fetal body parts, and I would hope you were as horrified as I was by what you saw.  429 more words

Justice

Right and Wrong Matter, Right?

Ethics is one of things that can’t be ignored. One can do something else other than think about issues pertaining to God, or epistemology, but ethical decisions are presented to us everyday. 735 more words

Philosophy