Do You Feel Guilty About Blessings?

In our absurdly wealthy, soothingly safe country, I’ve found that there are a lot of Christians who aren’t quite comfortable with their blessings. Because not only are we prosperous with possessions, we are also prosperous with media, making us all keenly aware that most of the world is rather a bit more rustic than America….

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The Place of Christians in Sports

Justin Taylor offers a couple of perspectives of the proper role for Christians in competitive sports. Interesting, although it’s to the disadvantage of the the “con” position that it’s offered by noted presidential pants-admirer David Brooks. I personally don’t see any problem with Christians participating in competitive sports. I don’t want to imagine a world…

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Further Evidence that Jimmy Carter is So Completely Jimmy Carter

Courtesy of the Creative Minority Report: Jimma Carter Lectured The Pope The former president said that he complained to the Pontiff about the Church’s “perpetuation of the subservience of women” while Blessed John Paul II was visiting the US in 1978, and “there was more harshness when we turned to the subject of ‘liberation theology.” Carter…

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Soldiers Under Command in the Holy Land!

The day you’ve been waiting for is finally here: You too can finally tour Israel with Stryper frontman Michael Sweet! It’s a little of this: With a little of this: Hopefully minus this: But if it comes to that, maybe some of this: Yeah! They don’t call it the Metal East for nothing!

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Mike Seaver Catching Flack from Homosexuals in Spite of Having Childhood Friend Named Boner

Former Growing Pains star and Christian entertainment favorite Kirk Cameron is getting the hot searchlight of the multicultural thought police shined in his window because he said something uncomplimentary about teh gayz: Kirk Cameron, once the heartthrob of many because of his “Growing Pains” tenure as All-American teen Mike Seaver, has spent the last few weeks on…

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Atheists: They’re Not Exactly Masters of Salesmanship

Atheists in America continue to be incredibly, amazingly not good at public relations: An atheist group is putting up signs that say God is “a myth” — and they’re making sure that Jews and Muslims will see them. … American Atheists says on their website that the signs aren’t intended to offend, but are meant…

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The End of the World, and Coping with My Deprangry

Not long ago, I mentioned that the news was making me depressed and angry so often that I thought I had invented a new emotion: “deprangry.” It’s a difficult situation for me, because I’m basically an optimistic person, accustomed to looking at the world with healthy good humor. But lately my comic spirit feels like…

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Christians in Politics

I agree with Rick Santorum that the idea that Christians shouldn’t participate in politics is a throw-upable sentiment. Here’s someone else who agrees, and who has thought it through a little more than that: People who say the followers of Christ shouldn’t be involved in politics aren’t paying attention. And they aren’t paying attention to…

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In Other News: Ethicists’ Babies are Surprisingly Well-Behaved

To the surprise of exactly no one, after decades of normalizing abortion, “ethicists” have decided that, hey, it’s ok to kill a baby after it’s born too: Parents should be allowed to have their newborn babies killed because they are “morally irrelevant” and ending their lives is no different to abortion, a group of medical…

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Obviously, These People Have Never Eaten at Chick-fil-a

Students at both Northeastern University and NYU have been opposing the location of Chick-fil-a’s on campus, saying that the fast food chain is supposedly “anti-gay” because of their donations to Focus On the Family, Exodus International, and other organizations that liberal crybabies like to complain about. This again highlights why liberals should never be allowed…

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