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Female-Impersonating “Teacher” Uses Girls’ Restroom
By Laurie Higgins   |   03.18.20
Mark Vincent Busenbark, a middle-aged man with a cross-dressing alter ego he calls Vica Steel, has been creating intellectual and moral havoc in Frank Allis Elementary School in Madison, Wisconsin for a year. Last school year, Busenbark, a science teacher,...
Abortion Activists Want Us to Look at Abortion More Expansively<br>Great Idea! Let’s Help Them
By Terrell Clemmons   |   03.16.20
The number of “tourist” abortions carried out in Illinois nearly doubled from 2014 to 2018. Reporter Natalie Moore of Chicago's NPR station WBEZ recently praised this development, as she see this as a strength. Illinois has become a go-to state for abortion.
Coronavirus:<br>National Day of Prayer
By David E. Smith   |   03.14.20
President Donald J. Trump has called for a National Day of Prayer this Sunday. While there is never a lack of serious issues to pray about, the level of anxiety and even fear among citizens is at a level many...
Dr. Allan Carlson: What Can America Learn From Other Christian Politics?
By Laurie Higgins   |   03.13.20
Between the increasingly bitter political divisions, intensifying anti-Christian hostility, and coronaviral pandemic, it is becoming challenging to feel hopeful. But there are many reasons for Christians to feel hopeful. For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal...
Are Divorce Rates the Same Among Christians and Non-Christians?
By Micah Clark   |   03.13.20
One of the often-cited claims that seems to have taken hold is that the divorce rate in the church is the same as outside of the church. Yet, is this really true? The claim overlooks what the research really says...
Is Abortion More Important than Safety? The Case Now Before the U.S. Supreme Court
By Nancy Valko   |   03.12.20
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering the June Medical Services v. Russo case concerning whether Louisiana’s law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a local hospital conflicts with the Court’s 2016 Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt decision along with a second issue about “whether abortion providers can legally represent the interests of women seeking an abortion when those providers sue to overthrow laws protecting those women’s health and safety.”
The “LGB” and “T” Mobs Unleash the Morality-Phobic Monster
By Laurie Higgins   |   03.11.20
If you haven’t been called it yet, surely, you’ve heard it: the ubiquitous epithet “transphobe.” It’s the evil spawn of “homophobe.” I don’t mean those accused of being “transphobes” are evil spawns of “homophobes.” I mean the term “transphobe” is the evil spawn of the spurious term “homophobe.” In a recent opinion piece in the New York Times, British writer...
Leftist Hostility to Pence, Prayer, and God
A meme circulating Facebook depicts a disconcerting dystopian scene: A man in a trench he cannot climb out of is warming himself before a fire; he has used the rungs of the ladder he could have used to climb out of the trench to build the fire. So, he has destroyed his own means of freedom for temporary comfort.
Voting with Your Feet to Serve the Common Good
It’s election season in the U.S., and we are hearing a lot about voting. I saw a public service announcement on television, and a Hollywood actress asked us to vote. I suspect she wouldn’t want my vote if she knew what it was, but she was encouraging voting nonetheless.
A Conversation with Rod Dreher [Full Interview]
By David E. Smith   |   03.06.20
Previously we have featured a series of video excerpts, but, as promised, we are now pleased to present the entirety of Pastor Derek Buikema’s recent interview with Rod Dreher, senior editor at the American Conservative and author of The Benedict...


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