Campus Reform offered college students $100 to name just one time that conservatives shut down a liberal speaker on campus – no one could do it. Campus Reform is not a Christian group, but if you’ve ever wondered what Christ meant when he sent out the twelve with instructions to be “shrewd as serpents and innocent as doves” (Matt. 10:16) this may well be what that looks like. Campus Reform’s quiet, confident, and humorous questioning approach allows the students to discover for themselves that what they believe about liberals being more tolerant simply isn’t so.
Parents, are you gentle? Or to ask the same question another way, parents, do you want to be the one your children turn to when they have problems?
In 2014 Gareth Lee requested that Ashers Baking Company make a cake with Ernie and Bert on it, and the message “Support Gay Marriage.” The Christian couple who owns the bakery refused, and this past week the UK Supreme Court sided with them, though at a cost.
Science is sometimes given God’s place as the final arbiter of Truth. It’s good, then, to be reminded that Science is the findings of fallible men. And sometimes those men are not only fallible, but dishonest.
What would happen if we watched TV with our kids and hit the pause button now and again to discuss what we were seeing?
Voice of the Martyrs has made a movie about their founder, Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, who spent 14 years in a Communist camp for preaching the Gospel. From the trailer this looks like a well-done and important film to see, and for two days – Oct. 22 and 23 – you can do just that if you provide them with your email address at the link above (they will add you to their email list, but you can always unsubscribe later).
In the trailer below, Wurmbrand explains to his wife the cost of telling others about God: “You know if I speak now, you will have no husband.” Her answer? “I don’t need a coward for a husband.”