We did the sexual revolution once before. It didn’t go well.

Sep 15, 2016 by

by Eric Metaxas, LifeSite: How often have you heard sexual progressives claim that those of us who hold to traditional sexual morality and marriage are “on the wrong side of history?” But as one new book points out, it’s the proponents of the sexual revolution who are embracing a sexual morality that history left behind millennia ago—in the dusty ruins of the Roman Forum. Yes, today Western civilization is undergoing a dramatic cultural shift. In just a few short years our society has...

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The “New Normal” and the Future of Sound Judgment

Sep 10, 2016 by

by Maeve McDonald, Faith Actually: There is currently war being waged against the practice of sound moral judgment in our society. Secular author and radio host, Tammy Bruce, in her book, The Death of Right and Wrong, puts it this way: How best to change Americans’ fundamental values? How best to indoctrinate you into a culture that grows sicker and more corrupt by the minute?…The Left has had to restrict individual freedom of thought and deed in order to destroy the concept of judgment...

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Keith Vaz: Defending the indefensible

Sep 7, 2016 by

by David Robertson, Christian Today: Keith Vaz – a senior figure in the Labour Party and one of the best-known Asian MPs in the UK – faced fierce pressure to resign from his key role as chair of the home affairs committee of the House of Commons. In an astonishing display of chutzpah (or bravery, depending on your point of view) he appeared in the Commons yesterday and asked a couple of questions which were greeted with stony silence. Eventually the pressure became too great. He has just...

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What is moral relativism and how can Christians respond?

Sep 2, 2016 by

by Ryan Pauly, Coffee House Questions: Have you read anything about tolerance or morality lately in the news? It seems to be everywhere and one of the main “hot-button” topics today. Why is one group being so intolerant towards another? Why don’t they just change what they view as immoral so that we can all get along? The prevailing belief seems to be that each person has a right to their own opinion and that morality depends on the person. Each opinion is correct as long as you don’t force...

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3 Practical Steps to Resist the Tyranny of Tolerance

Jul 26, 2016 by

by Jonathan Morrow, courtesy of Tim Challies: Is it OK to disagree with other peoples’ deeply held beliefs anymore? You’ve heard the buzzwords: Coexist. Hate speech. Discrimination. Micro-aggressions. Trigger warnings. Speech codes. It’s becoming obvious to anyone paying attention to the media these days that certain moral and religious viewpoints are simply no longer allowed in our classrooms or broader culture. They are either dismissed without argument as “irrational” or the people who hold...

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The Moral Revolutionaries Present Their Demands: Unconditional Surrender

May 16, 2016 by

By Albert Mohler: The terms of moral surrender have been delivered to us, and they are absolute and unconditional. Just ask Japan and Germany what that means. Now that the moral revolutionaries are solidly in control, what is to be demanded of Christians who, on the basis of Christian conviction, cannot join the revolution? The demands have now been presented, and they represent unconditional surrender. The latest terms of surrender were delivered last week by Mark Tushnet, William Nelson...

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