The Conversion of the Heart: Christian Theology, Ethics, and Ordination

Jul 8, 2024 by

By Rollin Grams, Bible and Mission.   Evangelicals are currently facing an ethical and clerical question framed in regard to the matter of ordaining same sex attracted but celibate ministers or priests.  I have written on this...

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Congolese president accuses Apple of exploiting his people

May 17, 2024 by

Mathew Otieno, Mercator. The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) recently made a minor splash in the international news when, towards the end of last month, it sent Apple a letter bearing a series of questions regarding the company’s...

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Infanticide advocate Peter Singer now championing ‘open discussion’ on bestiality

Nov 14, 2023 by

by Jonathon Van Maren, The Bridgehead: Whenever a truly reprehensible idea that manages to offend even the dulled moral sensibilities of the Western public is advocated, it is nearly always an ethicist doing it. To those unfamiliar with...

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The Future of Manufactured Children

Nov 2, 2023 by

by Carl R Trueman, First Things: Last Saturday’s Wall Street Journal featured an article as fascinating as it was disturbing: “What If Men Could Make Their Own Egg Cells?” It discussed the work of Matt Krisiloff, CEO of Conception...

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ECHR refuses to hear case of Indi Gregory

Oct 27, 2023 by

from Christian Concern: The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has this afternoon refused to consider the case of eight-month-old Indi Gregory after a last-ditch application. After exhausting domestic remedies, Indi’s family had this...

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Just war theory and the war against Hamas

Oct 21, 2023 by

by Marc LiVecche, World: Is Israel rightly fighting this fight that’s right to fight? When asking whether Israel is fighting a just war justly as it responds to the Hamas terror attacks, it’s important to be clear about the framework by...

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