When worldviews collide: Nanny state Government Agencies Want to Reshape the “Obesogenic Environment” – but wait!! — Atheism as a major cause of obesity? So is the cure for government to encourage religion?
Sex & sociology — New study finds that feminism does not empower women in relationships
If he can get to the “business” with just one or two dinners with Martha, why would he commit to 20 dates and “maybe” Mary?
Regnerus told The Daily Caller that in the sexual economy women act almost like a cartel. At one time the price of sex was extremely high, but with the demise of the shotgun wedding, the invention of “the pill” and a population of willing women, the “price” of sex has plummeted.
Video: The most shocking 4-minute abortion debate you will ever see – Oh my. I have a strong stomach and I could only watch a few seconds. It has a chilling mix of an abortion clinic advertisement (telling you to bring only “love” – ack!) with video of abortions. Hey all you pro-legalized abortionists: Your homework assignment is to watch all of it. These procedures are legal because of you.
Biggest Out of Context Pet Peeve: Matthew 18:20 – my biggest peeve is the misuse of Jeremiah 29:11, but I see the point here.
Out of all my pet peeves when it comes to verses taken out of context, Matthew 18:20 ranks at the top. The verse says, “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there I am among them.”
Let me tell you what it does not mean. It does not mean that Jesus is more present or more gracious when a group gathers for prayer. If you believe that, you 1) have never read the passage, and 2) are wrong.
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Jesus is teaching his disciples about church discipline. In the context, verse 20 means that when Jesus’ disciples agree on a matter of church discipline concerning an unrepentant church member, Jesus will be divinely present among them as they seek Christ-like unity and wisdom in making their decision.
Christopher Hitchens and the Edge of Boredom – interesting analysis of a guy who should have been one of the last people on the planet to ever get bored. Yet he turned to alcohol because things just weren’t interesting enough. Too bad he is still rebelling against God.
Think carefully about the situation in Egypt, then ask yourself if you want your government to have more power to regulate or even shut down the Internet.
I couldn’t figure out why the Left wasn’t out in full force blaming the Dearnborn Mosque attack on Sarah Palin and blathering on about civility. Then I read this and realized why: Would-be Dearborn Mosque attacker anti-Bush felon.
Something tells me that the Left will be oh-so-silent on this one and that they are very sad that he wasn’t a TEA Partier.