Here’s some advice you might not expect: if your 7-year-old doesn’t respect you, you need to repent.
When you no longer recognize God as the giver and owner of our lives, then all other limits will soon fall by the way. Euthanasia, supposedly done to offer compassion to the terminally ill in untreatable pain, was instead done to:
- 4,120, killed because they had cancer, but didn’t talk with an oncologist (cancer specialist)
- 1,373, killed because they were lonely
- 1,253, with no terminal condition
- 322, who needed disability support services, but did not receive them, and were killed instead
- 126, who couldn’t get palliative care, but were provided euthanasia
- 59, who were not consulted about being killed
There’s a movement in Christian circles to start using “they” to address God. But as John Stonestreet writes, calling God by the pronouns He has chosen to use is important.
“Call your spouse by the wrong name, and see if it matters. Describe your wife as you want her to be, not the way she is… what will she say?”
An idea is being proposed on both the political right and left, is for a minimum income for everyone, even including those who decide not to work. Jordan Peterson objects, and his objection has a solid footing because he starts here on a biblical basis: that Man does not live on bread alone.
Francis Collins’s The Language of God convinced many that a consistent Christian could also be a committed Darwinist. 15 years later, one of the book’s central arguments has fallen to pieces.
As the push is on to vaccinate children, this New York Times article has some interesting numbers. Along the same vein, this Project Veritas piece (the folks who used their undercover research to expose Planned Parenthood) could have been titled “The Covid-recovered are likely safer than the vaccinated.”
It’s funny because it’s true.