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Religion and Politics by Russell Moore | Reformed Theology Articles at Ligonier.org

by Russell Moore Tabletalk: How did you come to pursue a career as a systematic theologian and Christian ethicist? Russell Moore: I felt a call to ministry early on and preached my first sermon at my home church in Biloxi, … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court and Same-Sex Marriage: Why This Matters for the Church | Moore to the Point

The Supreme Court announced today that they are taking cases on whether same-sex marriage is a constitutional right. Effectively, this means that the highest court in the land will decide, this year, whether marriage, as defined for thousands of years, … Continue reading

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Theological Extremism in a Secular Age | AlbertMohler.com

This is an edited transcript of The Briefing podcast from early Thursday morning, January 8, 2015. The war on terror took on a savage new face yesterday when two gunmen entered the headquarters of a French satirical newspaper known as … Continue reading

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It’s a Battle Between Worldviews! | Around the World with Ken Ham

A study conducted by a group of University of Alabama researchers has been making its way around the Internet, so I wanted to comment on it. This study highlights that the creation/evolution controversy is really a worldview-based battle. This study … Continue reading

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One Nation Under . . . ? | Answers in Genesis

At one time in the past, the people of the United States generally knew who ruled over the affairs of men—the Creator God of the Bible. They even put His name on their coins and currency. In just one generation … Continue reading

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Sex: The New State Religion | themelios

Religious Freedom in America is dying.  Though this has been stated often, and ignored just as often, rolling one’s eyes at the statement doesn’t make it less true. The biggest irony here is that the vehicle being used–possibly in an … Continue reading

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The Christian Political Conundrum | Reformation21

I was privileged today to have lunch with a Republican US Senator at a small gathering of evangelical pastors.  It was quite enjoyable to interact with a politician who has absolutely no fears of losing his election and therefore is … Continue reading

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Matthew Mullins: Is God Surely Dead? | Between The Times

In his new book Culture and the Death of God, Terry Eagleton claims that God is not nearly as dead as many believe. Despite many attempts to kill Him off, the Almighty remains a resilient presence in contemporary culture. In … Continue reading

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There Should Be No Public Schools

Education, especially of children, is inherently religious, no matter how it is done. Attempts to “sanitize” God out of the schooling of our children only results in an education that is equally religious in its philosophy of a Godless secularism.

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