Articles
June 6, 2019

Commentary: D-Day Plus 75

5,000 ships. 11,000 planes. 150,000 soldiers. 75 years ago this massive Allied force—the largest invasion of its kind in history—crossed the English Channel to retake Europe from the Nazis. Known…
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May 30, 2019

Commentary: Progressive Gender Ideology: The New Gnosticism

Many liberal states are in the middle of legislative battles over whether to add “X” to official state documents, like driver’s licenses. This would provide a “non-binary” gender option for…
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May 21, 2019

Commentary: Forgiveness is Not a Self-Help Trick

In the “Smarter Living” column this week, the New York Times suggested a radical idea: forgive others. The column described in amusing, perceptive detail just how pervasive grudges are in…
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May 17, 2019

Commentary: Alabama’s Pro-Life Law

This week the state of Alabama established the most restrictive abortion law in the nation. Several states have passed “heartbeat bills,” which restrict abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected.…
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May 14, 2019

Commentary: Secret Prisons in Syria

This weekend the New York Times released a significant, gruesome report detailing the Syrian government’s systematic cruelty against its own people. Syria runs a system of secret prisons for punishing…
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May 7, 2019

Commentary: Conviction Review Units and God’s Purpose for Government

Governments exist to establish justice. This involves two important and related tasks: creating just laws and executing those laws justly. In every healthy system of law, this means that the…
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Articles
May 3, 2019

Commentary: America is a Mission Field

The Economist magazine came out with an important story this week discussing demographic trends in American life. They document that about a quarter of Americans (and a third of young…
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May 1, 2019

Commentary: The Poway Synagogue Shooting

It has happened again. There has been yet another shooting at a house of worship. This time it was at the Chabad of Poway synagogue, near San Diego. Last week…
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Magazine
May 1, 2019

Life’s Most Dangerous Emotion

A number of years ago I was eerily reminded of the destructive power of anger. I was trying to sell a rental property that I had inherited. After several unsuccessful…
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Magazine
May 1, 2019

Speech Therapy 101

The poet Robert Frost said, “Half the world is composed of people who have something to say and can’t say it. The other half is people who have nothing to…
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Magazine
May 1, 2019

How I Study My Bible

The Bible is God’s ultimate communication with His people. Most of what you need to know about God’s plan and His desire for your life can be found in Scripture.…
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Articles
April 16, 2019

Commentary: What the World Lost at Notre Dame

Tragedy struck on Monday when the renowned Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris erupted into flames. The world watched as the church burned. The Cathedral’s 800-year-old roof, nicknamed “the forest,” was…
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