Tag Archives: Barack Obama

The 2012 Election: Has America Reached a Tipping Point?

Many people have identified the 2012 election as a tipping point in America, a point after which we live in a different country. If this is true, it’s not because of one election. The election is simply the manifestation of … Continue reading

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What Does President Obama Mean by “Equality of Women”?

In his controversial commencement appearance at the University of Notre Dame on May 17, 2009, President Obama tried to square his radical, pro-abortion, culture of death stance with the culture of life community as represented by the Roman Catholic church. … Continue reading

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The Rule of Law in America: Is it time for civil disobedience?

One of the principles of a free society is the rule of law.  A nation is to be ruled by law and not men standing above the law. Even the king or the emperor is to be under the law. … Continue reading

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Wayne Grudem on Christians and Government

What’s a biblical view of government? What’s an appropriate role for Christians in politics? For a very helpful and concise primer, check out the four-minute video below by Wayne Grudem, a friend of DNA. Speaking about his recent book, Politics … Continue reading

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Why Do They Hate Us?

Anymore, it’s news when Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks in public without pledging to destroy the West. In May, at a nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty gathering he made clear reference to the United States in calling for the punishment of any threat … Continue reading

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Healthcare Legislation and the Local Church

Sunday marked a historic milestone for the United States with the passage of healthcare legislation long championed by President Obama. There is more than enough political commentary on this subject. My focus here is on what this legislation may mean for … Continue reading

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Worldview Assumptions and the US Healthcare Debate

A new article from Darrow was recently published on The Pearcey Report. The title is ”Sarah Palin and Obama Death Panels: Atheistic Ideas Have Unhealthy Consequences.” This article takes a look at the underlying assumptions in the ongoing healthcare debate in the … Continue reading

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Truth and Transformation: A Manifesto for Ailing Nations

It is a rare book that has me as excited as Vishal Mangalwadi’s new one does, Truth and Transformation. It simply is one of the most important books I’ve read on the power of a biblical worldview for social and … Continue reading

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What are the Implications?

Many people accept the concept of “limited resources” and “overpopulation” without much thought–but what are the implications of these ideas–and are these ideas true? This morning as I listened to the radio on my drive to work, a news clip … Continue reading

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Imagine the Potential

I know so many people who talk about the painful circumstances that lead one to a decision to choose abortion over life.  One has to be realistic about the challenges of broken homes and single parenting, abuse, and the list … Continue reading

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