Category Archives: Morality/Ethics

Why do we abort more black babies than white? … Race Selective Abortion in America

“The greatest and most shameful regrets of history are always about the truth we failed to tell,” says Gary Haugen, Founder and President of International Justice Mission. On the Darrow Miller & Friends blog, we have sought to tell the … Continue reading

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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 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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Abuse a Dog and Serve Two Years; Murder a Newborn and Do Community Service

When I read the news item excerpted below, I thought of one of the key themes in Darrow’s forthcoming book, i.e. that the ethos of a society is determined by its worship. (In the book, Darrow points out the link … Continue reading

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Why is India Corrupt? part II

Indian scholar, author, and speaker, Vishal Mangalwadi is one of DNA’s Idea Shapers. We are happy to offer here, in two installments, the introduction to his forthcoming book, Why Are We Backward? to be published by Aspire Prakashan, New Delhi. WARNING: This article … Continue reading

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Why Is India So Corrupt? Part I

Indian scholar, author, and speaker, Vishal Mangalwadi is one of DNA’s Idea Shapers. We are happy to offer here, in two installments, the introduction to his forthcoming book, Why Are We Backward? to be published by Aspire Prakashan, New Delhi. WARNING: … Continue reading

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The Moral Poverty of the West: Its Cause, Effects, and Solution

Who is not stunned by today’s news stories of violence? On July 22 Anders Behring Breivik murdered 91 fellow Norwegians. Just two weeks later we witnessed the August riots in England. Riots tore apart France in the fall of 2005. … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Beauty, the Beauty of the Gospel

The folks over at The Gospel Coalition recently blogged about an individual whose legacy has had a big impact in Discipling Nations Alliance: Francis Schaeffer. Darrow Miller spent time at L’Abri and cites Schaeffer’s mentoring as one of the primary influences … Continue reading

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“Never let your children’s schooling stand in the way of their education!”

I’ll never forget the day I heard Francis Schaeffer say that. I was shocked. I had always considered the words synonymous. When I thought of education I pictured the schools I had attended: Overland Avenue Elementary, Palms Junior High, and Hamilton … Continue reading

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