The only question that matters in the abortion debate
Greg Koukl shows how to simplify the abortion debate
Christian myths and other famous quips (26-minute podcast)
In this episode of the Abounding Grace Radio, Pastor Chris Gordon addresses three Christian myths:
- God helps those who help themselves
- God will never give you more than you can handle
- God is a gentleman who would never force Himself on anyone
How to make your marriage blossom
Ray Comfort, evangelist and closet comedian too, has 7 great tips.
Coronavirus may lead to a mass homeschooling experiment?
With school years being disrupted all over, will parents find out they don’t need the government to teach their kids?
Polyamory and the Overton Window
How did homosexuality start getting “normalized” in evangelical Christian circles? With Christian leaders muddying what homosexuality entailed, giving them the opportunity, then, to condemn it only in part (the physical act itself), even as they praised what they called other aspects of it. Now we can see this same approach being used with polyamory. Don’t be fooled!
(Since posting this, it has been noted there has been some back and forth dialogue going on online. The article linked to in the title, by Denny Burke, critiqued this one by Preston Sprinkle and Branson Parler. And now Sprinkle and Parler have responded to Burke and other critics here. And one of the critics they respond to, Douglas Wilson, responds to their response here. Lots to read, but it is well worth the time invested – this is the newest front.)
C.S. Lewis on the Coronavirus
“Lewis never faced the coronavirus, of course, but in the late 1940s, the world was coming to grips with another threat…”
Are women more important for business than family?
Joseph Backholm went to the Women’s March to ask, do businesses need to have both men and women on their boards, and “is it equally important for men and women to be represented in the lives of children?” (ie. do kids need a mom and dad). His interviewees thought equal representation was important in only one of those situations.