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Is Christianity Pathological?
Jonathon Van Maren provides several recent examples of language being used to describe Christians and Christianity as inherently pathological. He argues that, if this charge is allowed to stick, then it is a very short step to taking action to forcibly “treat” … Continue reading
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Old Things Have Become New
Christians today are routinely labeled as intolerant, bigoted, hateful, and generally a threat to civil society. Michael Kruger notes that these charges are not new. In fact, they bear a remarkable resemblance to the kind of complaints that Roman authorities had toward the early Christians. … Continue reading
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Video #4 – Does Religion Poison Everything?
It’s easy to knock religion as the source of much of the conflict in the world. But before we throw it under the bus, we should apply the same standard to other human enterprises.
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From Atheism to Faith: One Woman’s Journey
If you’ve not heard of Jennifer Fulwiler, you should get acquainted. She is a sharp, witty, young wife and mother from Austin, Texas. She is also an ex-atheist. The story of her journey from strong unbeliever to passionate believer is … Continue reading
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Christianity in America
America has always been a land of free-wheeling opinions, whether talking about politics, religion, race, or sports. But in recent years it seems that the level of polarization among our population has become more intense and strident. Fissures are developing … Continue reading
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