Articles
October 9, 2020

Commentary: The Epidemic of Despair

We’ve all been preoccupied lately with a thousand things. Life is lurching back to normal. The headlines have been filled with news about the pandemic, the election, and reports about…
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Articles
October 1, 2020

Commentary: The Dogma Lives Loudly Within Her—And That’s a Good Thing

President Donald Trump has nominated Appellate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the United States. Over the next several weeks, every single aspect of Judge Barrett’s life—including…
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Magazine
September 1, 2020

Why Study Bible Prophecy?

Why should we study Bible prophecy? Many people think prophecy is not relevant today. They prefer to talk about topics like how to improve your marriage or how to have…
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Articles
August 20, 2020

Commentary: China: When Government Becomes God

The New Testament has what can sometimes seem like an oddly sunny picture of the government. We’re told to submit to our leaders, to pray for them, and to pay…
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Articles
August 13, 2020

Commentary: The Strange New World of IVG

In a blockbuster article in the New York Times this week, Harvard professor Debora Spar announced the new frontier of reproductive technology—in vitro gametogenesis (I.V.G.). Spar describes how I.V.G. could…
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Articles
July 30, 2020

Commentary: Christ and Caesar in Conflict

Christ and Caesar are in conflict in America. In the last few weeks, churches in Nevada and California fought all the way to the Supreme Court for relief from unfair…
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Articles
July 24, 2020

Commentary: Margaret Sanger’s Satanic Project

Margaret Sanger has finally been canceled. Or, at least you won’t see her name as often now. The Planned Parenthood affiliate in New York announced this week that mounting pressure…
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Articles
July 16, 2020

Commentary: First Prisoner in 17 Years Executed: Should Christians Support the Death Penalty?

Daniel Lewis Lee is dead. After a flurry of court challenges and last-minute delays, an early morning 5-4 ruling by the Supreme Court allowed the execution to proceed on Tuesday.…
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Articles
July 9, 2020

Commentary: Victory for the Little Sisters of the Poor

The Supreme Court handed down an important and encouraging decision this week in Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania. The Little Sisters and other religious organizations won relief from…
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Articles
July 2, 2020

Commentary: The Abortion Distortion Continues

This week, the Supreme Court handed down a series of long-awaited and controversial decisions made by narrow margins. In other words, it was a typical end-of-term for our nation’s highest…
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Articles
June 25, 2020

Commentary: The Rise and Fall of CHAZ

It’s hard to talk about what’s been happening in the Capitol Hill district in Seattle. That’s because no one knows what to call it (the name of the little “country”…
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Articles
June 18, 2020

Commentary: The Supreme Court’s Bostock Decision

“Put not your trust in princes,” the Psalmist says (Psalm 146:3). I guess we could add “Supreme Court Justices” to that list. On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down an…
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