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Category: Imago Dei

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LGBT 9, Stutzman 0: Time for the Church to Rise Up

Baronelle Stutzman, florist and grandmother On Friday we witnessed a travesty of justice and an attack on the 1st Amendment to the US constitution enshrining religious freedom and the freedom of conscience, speech and press. In a 9-0 decision, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled against the 72-year-old grandmother and florist, Barronelle Stutzman, for

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They Preached Liberty

This is post 1 of 2 in the series “they preached liberty” Liberty doesn’t just happen. That’s the message of a writer whose work appears here for the first time. Our good friend Elizabeth Youmans recently put us on to a writer whose material we are eager to share with

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What Does God Hate?

Hate is a four-letter word in the West. Christians are often accused of being hateful because we recognize a moral dimension to the universe. Christians believe that when we live according to God’s principles we tend to thrive; when we reject God’s precepts and pursue our own paths we eventually wilt. Those

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Red Dawn of “Human Machines”

For centuries, the history of technological development was largely driven by Christ followers motivated by their belief-system to ease human labor, reduce human suffering, and generally improve the lives of imago Dei humans. Technological development has often been inspired by the biblical concept of shalom. More recently, after several generations

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Freedom: Why Is It So Important?

Our friends at BreakPoint are inviting us to join an effort to preserve religious freedom. Please read on. We see lots of talk these days about religious freedom and government intrusion. What is the proper place of government relative to religious freedom? Some see the federal government as a sort of national

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