Category Archives: Current events

In Defense of Religious Freedom

Religious freedom is under attack globally … … in many Asian nations where a residue of Communism forces the church to operate underground. … in the rise of the so-called “Arab Spring” where Christians and reformed-minded Muslims who once had a modicum … Continue reading

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The Myth of Personal Convictions

by Gary Brumbelow Maybe because of the inevitable criticism, we Christ followers are sometimes hesitant to bring our Christian worldview to the marketplace of ideas. But that reluctance betrays a misguided notion: that the biblical positions we profess belong to us. … Continue reading

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What Does President Obama Mean by “Equality of Women”?

In his controversial commencement appearance at the University of Notre Dame on May 17, 2009, President Obama tried to square his radical, pro-abortion, culture of death stance with the culture of life community as represented by the Roman Catholic church. … Continue reading

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The Rule of Law in America: Is it time for civil disobedience?

One of the principles of a free society is the rule of law.  A nation is to be ruled by law and not men standing above the law. Even the king or the emperor is to be under the law. … Continue reading

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Eric Metaxsas at the National Prayer Breakfast

Author Eric Metaxas galvanized the crowd last week at the National Prayer Breakfast with his powerful message. Darrow had the privilege of teaching with Eric at Wilberforce Academy’s “Worldview for World Healing” conference in Minneapolis in 2010.  Darrow posted his reflections from … Continue reading

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The Moral Poverty of the West, part II

A few weeks ago we wrote about the riots in England last summer. Since then we have seen more news related to the growing lawlessness in our societies. We are seeing more and more flash mobs forming in US cities to … Continue reading

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The Tea Party, Occupy Wall Street, and Corruption in the U.S.

During the last two years, two protest movements have emerged in the United States. The Tea Party began in the spring of 2010 to protest growing political corruption as power is increasingly concentrated in the federal government. This corresponds to … Continue reading

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What Steve Jobs Taught Us About Beauty

My friends know that, for good or ill, I am neither technically oriented nor have much appreciation of pop music. Yet I was very interested when a friend recently showed me a tribute to Steve Jobs from Bono. I do know … Continue reading

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What Do Martin Luther and the Arab Spring Have in Common?

Today, we marvel at how quickly revolutions form. The so-called Arab Spring exploded though the use of modern technology and social networking. The world is different than it was only a year ago. We have seen similar stirrings in Russia … Continue reading

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 5 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The … Continue reading

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