"Dad, Why Am I Never Right?" Christians ought to have an acute sense of right and wrong. It stands true that many are losing this outlook on life; after all, this is the age of tolerance. Lately we have been taught that there are no absolutes, that our truth is not really the real truth, and therefore we have to be constantly seeking for “the other person’s truth.” A whole generation of indifferent, watered-down Christians has arisen with no deep convictions about anything except the accepted norm that you should have no convictions.Add a comment
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On January 8 the Department of Justice co-wrote a letter with the Department of Education and sent it to public schools around the country.Add a comment
I spent twenty-four years of my life getting educated. I mention this not to boast, but to say that I’ve sat through a lot of classes. The best class I ever had—the one I value above all the others—was a course in seminary on Jonathan Edwards’ book, Freedom of the Will.Add a comment