Category Archives: Ethics

Population Spiral: The Dearth of Denmark

We’ve written before about the Malthusian myth of overpopulation and its devastating consequences (see list of posts below). John Stonestreet’s recent article comprises a splendid companion piece; it’s worthy of your attention. Demographics and ‘Do It for Denmark’ The most unlikely … Continue reading

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Atheists and Liberal Christians: Partners Against Human Dignity

The fight for human dignity in the 21st century is similar to the fight for the emancipation of slaves in the British Empire in the 19th century. As is true for the pro-abortion movement today, the pro-slavery advocates were largely atheists … Continue reading

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Unbridled Sexuality A Little Pedophilia Never Hurt Anyone, Right?

Where is the new sexuality heading? (Hint: What’s  the natural conclusion of postmodern ideology?) The postmodern world begins its ascent onto the world scene by denying the concept of a metanarrative (an assertion which is itself a metanarrative, of course). … Continue reading

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Why is the US Government Exporting Sexual Identity Politics?

We’ve written here before on sexual colonialism, the advancement of a libertine sexual ethic by the United States on nations around the world. Our good friend Bob Osburn of The Wilberforce Academy just posted on this as well: Every time … Continue reading

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We Can Rebel But We Can’t Escape the Consequences of Rebellion

“God gave them over,” Romans 1:24. “God gave them over,” Romans 1:26. “God gave them over,” Romans 1:28. I have read the apostle Paul’s words hundreds of times over the years. I have studied and taught from Romans 1. But … Continue reading

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Conceived in Rape and Worthy of Life: The Rebecca Kiessling Story

“I’m pro-life except in cases of rape.” Who hasn’t heard that sentiment? You may have expressed it yourself. Here’s another story that powerfully contradicts the idea that abortion should be tolerated in cases of rape. A few weeks ago we … Continue reading

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Rape, Abortion, and the Miss USA Contest

What is the value of the life of a woman conceived in rape? Does making a political statement justify a mother aborting her baby? A career opportunity? A pregnancy as a result of a rape? In the last few months, … Continue reading

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The Necessary Constraints of True Liberty

Freedom, like grace, doesn’t come cheaply. Nor is it maintained without appropriate limits. Our friend, Bob Osburn, Executive Director at Wilberforce Academy, has written lucidly about this and we are happy to share his insights here. * * * * * … Continue reading

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The Exorbitant Price of Our New Sexual Norms

The revival of pagan culture has restored pagan sexuality as the sexual norm. Damon Linker, Senior Correspondent at the Week magazine, recently wrote an article titled “What Religious Traditionalists Can Teach Us About Sex.” He lays the blame for the … Continue reading

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Is the Culture War All About Sex?

“The culture war isn’t really about culture, and it never has been. It’s about sex.” That’s Damon Linker’s provocative claim in his article, “What religious traditionalists can teach us about sex.” Linker’s statement caught my attention. My initial reaction was Yes! … Continue reading

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