INTRO As most know, Planned Parenthood is a controversial organization because their name is intimately connected with abortion, but a little less known is Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger (1879-1966), defended by the organization as a “woman of heroic accomplishments,” is also a controversial subject. In this article, we’ll be letting Margaret speak for herself by … Continue reading
SERIES INTRO: The New Paganism As our culture becomes more post-modern—as well as post-Christian—in mindset, both traditional religions and unambiguous atheism are being rejected by many and an undefined spirituality—a fuzzy spiritual agnosticism—has been embraced, which lives by the axiom, “I’m spiritual, not religious.” For all practical purposes, they live as atheists within secular society … Continue reading
Read Part 1: The New Paganism (Part 1) Pluralism: Are There Many Paths to God? Read Part 2: The New Paganism (Part 2) Inclusivism: Is Knowledge of Jesus Needed for Salvation? Inclusivism VS. Exclusivism In article #2 of this series, we started exploring the idea of inclusivism – the idea that salvation can be attained apart from the knowledge … Continue reading
In many ways, Western Christians are living in a culture that is increasingly like the culture the first Christians lived in: a pagan culture. The only thing forbidden in this new paganism is believing your faith is the only true faith. Continue reading
If you see this meme… Reply with these… Sincerely, God From the Machine More from GFTM: Quick Responses to Bad Memes #1 Quick Responses to Bad Memes #2 (Ricky Gervais Version) The “Telephone Game” Myth: Has the New Testament Been Changed Over Time?
cv Recently, celebrity Ashton Kutcher appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to speak about child sex trafficking. First, among all the political and social nonsense spewing from every direction these days, it’s good to see someone putting his fame and wealth towards something worth fighting for. Give it a watch/listen; it’s worth the time, though not … Continue reading