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  • Abortion, Eugenics, and God’s Indiscriminate Love
    Defending the powerless and ministering to the perpetrators can be a very difficult task that seems mutually exclusive, and yet it is what we are called to do as Christians, following in the footsteps of Jesus Christ. So what does this look like?  A great opinion article was written for USA Today where Mary Rose
  • How To Build a Kingdom Not Your Own
    Sometimes we’re building our own kingdoms and we don’t even realize it, and other times we’re building our own kingdoms and that doesn’t even bother us.  Kingdom language might be somewhat difficult in modern days because we’re not accustomed to seeing the world this way, so maybe we can just speak of being territorial.  Everyone
  • Just As Easy As…
    We all have our chosen idioms for when something seems particularly easy.  “It’s childsplay” or “that’s like a walk in the park.”  Something “is not rocket science” or “I can do that with my eyes shut.”  “It’s like shooting fish in a barrel” or “it’s just as easy as taking candy from a baby.”  This
  • Where Objectivity and Subjectivity Collide
    Is there anything more subjective in the world than art?  I have seen artwork line the halls of high schools which I find to be incredibly sophisticated and that speaks to me on a deeper level.  I have also walked the halls of fine art museums and seen pieces worth millions that I would not
  • Worshipping a God of Redemption… or Revenge?
    One of my all-time favorite works of literature, which has also found its way onto the silver screen on multiple occasions is Alexandre Dumas’s The Count of Monte Cristo.  Both the book and the more recent theatrical version represent different concepts in the end.  The 2002 film, featuring Jim Caviezel as the protagonist Edmond Dantès,