Darrow Miller and Friends

Toward a Sound Immigration Policy

Darrow recently published What’s Wrong with the RAISE Act? dealing with the US immigration policy. One of our faithful readers, Dennis Warren, responded with this question about immigration policy: The spirit here reminds me of the last two paragraphs of John Piper’s famous message about world evangelism … About “balance” though,

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The Weighty Glory of God

The heavens proclaim the glory of God. Os Guinness writes in Impossible People, “It goes without saying that the biblical counterpoint to weightlessness is glory, for the root meaning of glory is the weightiness and solidity that comes from reality” (125). As we have written elsewhere we are living in a time

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Self-Control: The First Virtue?

This is post 7 of 7 in the series “7 key virtues” Self-control —more accurately, the utter lack of self-control—was featured in Scott Allen’s recent post, “The Tyranny of Feelings.” Scott pointed his readers to the story and video of the so-called “Shrieking Girl.” That’s a recently acquired moniker for a

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Righteousness is Actually a Virtue!

This is post 6 of 7 in the series “7 key virtues” At one time, in the West, virtue (moral goodness) was valued for its own sake. Sadly, that clarity has faded. Now, we practice, not virtue so much as “virtue signalling”: the conspicuous display of a politically correct position

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