God wants us to help the poor (Deut 15:7-11), but He also told us not to covet what the rich have (Ex. 20:17). That, then, is the problem with those that focus on income inequality: they may want to help the poor, but theirs is an envious approach. And it shouldn’t surprise us that it doesn’t work, as the video below shows.
P. Andrew Sandlin argues that while the Bible doesn’t speak directly to mandatory vaccines, it does offer principles which apply.
There are some spats going on between the two pro-life camps – incrementalists and abolitionists – over Texas’s new pro-life law. Douglas Wilson highlights the strengths and shortcomings of both groups with this must-read for all pro-lifers!
We’ve heard a lot about “believing the Science” and “following the Science.” But to act as if there is only the Science, and no alternate expert opposing opinions is to treat some scientists (and not others) as having God-like expertise, beyond mistakes and above questioning. Then there is the problem that Science, even were it to be definitive, only gives us insights into what is, and not what ought to be done.
It’s all arguable, but that those costs land largely on the poor is more clear.
It was about controlling the child’s education and who got to be her teachers.
Anything that can fly is amazing, and that so many different-looking bugs can fly is even more amazing. Some bugs even have gears – God is an artist and an engineer!