When governments don’t have even a basic understanding of economics, many unintended consequences can result.
This is about an intriguing analytical tool for writers or aspiring writers – copy and paste in a piece of your writing and it strips out all the words leaving behind only the punctuation. So what sort of punctuation patterns will emerge for you? Do you overuse question marks? A lot? Or maybe you like to really emphasize your points!!!
An experimental surgical intervention may help combat addiction, but, as John Stonestreet warns, “any theory of treatment that treats the physical and medical side of a person, at the expense of the moral, interpersonal, or spiritual side misunderstands the human person.”
This title is misleading, but the points are good: 6 features of small churches are presented, like: “You will not be able to hide.”
“To abortion supporters, the prerogative of women to violently hinder the gender-specific ability of their bodies to bear children is central to their humanity. If we believe the biological realities of our bodies oppress or even limit our feelings and desires, we must force our bodies to comply in order to be fully human. Anyone who wants to stop us may as well be killing us.“
This is an important and curious article. It highlights how the conservative movement is making a fatal compromise with homosexuals, using as a specific example Jordan Peterson’s endorsement of homosexual podcaster Dave Rubin’s lifestyle.
“‘…our culture appears to have decided that gay marriage has become part of the structure of marriage itself,’ Peterson stated at the outset of the hour and a half discussion, waving an enormous white flag of surrender.”
But in appealing for the rejection of this takeover, the article appeals to timeless principles, an immutable definition, a biological truth, eternal principles, ideas tethered to the permanent things, and an enduring moral order. But whose timeless principle are they? Whose enduring moral order is it? Who created this biological truth? We are never told. There is a surrender here too, in defending God’s principles, but conceding to the other side their position that God Himself isn’t relevant to these debates.
Do men have one less rib than women, going back to Adam giving up his rib for Eve? Did Darwin recant on his deathbed? No, and no.
While biblical creation is true, not all the arguments used to support it are good. The folks at Creation Ministries International have created a list of 40-some arguments Christians sometimes use, but really shouldn’t. For an 18-minute podcast on this same topic, click here.
God made us male and female, but the world denies there is any difference between the two. But if male and female can’t be objectively distinguished, then it is impossible to be born into the wrong body.