Defending the unborn: when they bring up cases of rape
When a young Canadian recently challenged the prime minister about abortion, Trudeau brought up the issue of rape. The young man had no answer… but Tim Barnett does!
Darwin’s Arch collapses … and joins a growing collection
Two years ago, a world-famous tourist attraction collapsed, and there was some irony to the fall of Darwin’s Arch. The rate at which such arches disintegrate worldwide gives evidence that Darwin’s old earth presumptions were wrong, as after millions of years such arches shouldn’t still exist.
The (fake) battle between parental and children’s rights
“Understood correctly, human rights are fundamentally the right to be fully human. This requires knowing, to some degree, how we were made and what we are for, especially if these things were, to any degree, built into reality.”
A parent’s guide to money
The folks at AXIS have created short guides – this one is 18 half pages – for parents as a sort of cheat sheet for discussions with their teens. They offer a conservative Christian perspective, and in this one cover topics like: should your child take out a college loan? Should they be interested in a side hustle? What should they think about debt and saving? and much more.
Why I will work until the day I die
Hugh Whelchel knows he likely doesn’t have long to live. So why would he spend what might be his last days working?
Some good news about a great revolt
85% of Anglican leaders have rejected the Archbishop of Canterbury’s blessings for same-sex couplings. Archbishop Justin Welby is the leader of the denomination, which is the third largest in the world, so this is big news. An April gathering of Anglican leaders declared:
“Since the Lord does not bless same-sex unions, it is pastorally deceptive and blasphemous to craft prayers that invoke blessing in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.”
This revolt is characterized as an “excommunication from below,” with African churches leading the way in rejecting Welby as their head.
Politics in 20 seconds
Thomas Sowell said:
“The first lesson of economics is scarcity: there is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.”
This is what that looks like on the campaign trail.