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This video is not a Christian presentation, but the many precise and intricate steps it shows – one after another after another – that are all involved in the creation of a new human being can’t help but have you praising our Maker.
The link above is to an Intelligent Design article on just some of the amazing aspects of sperm cells.
Christians have another reason not to take it: the pill acts not only to prevent conception but also “thins the uterine lining to hinder the implantation of a fertilized egg.” A fertilized egg is, of course, an unborn baby, so one of the actions of the pill is to prevent any conceived child from implanting in its mother’s womb.
The world is beginning to tread the line of rejecting transsexuality, even as it continues to embrace gay marriage. Christians can ask “If people aren’t gender-neutral, might marriage not be either?”
Every nation has blasphemy laws. What they are just depends on what a nation considers sacred and profane.
“One of the more ridiculous images to make its way around social media sites in the wake of the horrific attack in Israel was a photo of four Westerners with a sign, ‘Queers for Palestine.'”
John Stonestreet talks about this unity as being based on a mutual hatred of Western traditions. To put it more pointedly, what unites them is Who they hate.
In a recent exchange, Canadian Conservative Party leader Pierre Poilievre gave a Masterclass in dealing with hostile questioners – he managed to put an opponent in his place, all while really enjoying an apple.
So how’d he do it? Click on the title above to get a fuller explanation, but the short of it is, as Tim Barnett explains below, Poilievre questioned the accusations. The attack was baseless so, in simply asking the accuser to explain himself more fully, Poilievre disarmed him. The takeaway for Christians is to do the same when we are attacked for our beliefs, whether about the unborn, creation, sexuality, or God Himself. The accusations will also be baseless, so our best response will often be to get our accuser to expose the emptiness of his attack by getting him to more fully explain himself. We, too, should question the accusation.