But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

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Friday, 19 October 2018 20:57

The Liberty To Sin And The Liberty Not To Featured

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A nation that strips my neighbours’ liberty to sin will strip my liberty to call my neighbour into repentance. Liberty isn’t liberty unless it affirms my right to offend my neighbour and my neighbour’s right to offend me. The government shouldn’t infringe on my...

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In 1920, a young activist organized a public meeting in a major city. Inside a hall holding hundreds of poor, underprivileged people, he delivered a speech describing how his ethnic people were oppressed and burdened, exploited and betrayed, excluded and bullied by a more privileged group.

He...

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Saturday, 06 October 2018 03:18

Ghana And Kavanaugh

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I know what it looks like when people are burned alive. I know what it smells like when people are burned alive. I know what it sounds like when people are burned alive. I’ve known that since I was eight years old.

I was sitting inside a bus taking me home from school. The bus stopped to pick...

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Friday, 14 September 2018 01:11

Seven Questions With Phil Johnson Featured

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I love listening to people. I love learning from people. And the most effective way to listen and learn better, is to ask questions. So today, I’m starting a new series called Seven Questions With. In this series, I will be interviewing some of the most interesting people who shape how...

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Monday, 03 September 2018 22:42

Pictures Never Die

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Mary Turner’s story died when she died. Mary Turner’s protest died when she died. Mary Turner’s pre-born baby died when she died. Mary Turner’s name died when she died.

You don’t recognize her name. You don’t recognize her story. And if you were there on May 19th,...

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Thursday, 30 August 2018 06:06

Why I Wasn’t Writing

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Over the last four months my alarm was set at 4:00 am—3 hours after my bedtime at 1:00 am. But between the 21 hours of little rest every day: I had the time of my life.

I was an intern at the Canadian Center for Bio-Ethical Reform over the summer. The Canadian Center for Bio-Ethical Reform is...

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I never imagined that when I finally saw her again, I wouldn’t recognize her. All those years without hearing from her, I thought she had forgotten about me. I never considered that in some ways, I had forgotten her. I didn’t know what she looked like anymore. I didn’t think I...

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Wednesday, 04 July 2018 18:55

There Are Two Kinds of White Supremacists

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There are two kinds of White supremacists. Some White supremacists cover themselves with white garbs. Other White supremacists cover themselves with White guilt.

There has always been different kinds of White supremacists. White supremacists have never been a homogeneous group. They have always...

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Thursday, 07 June 2018 19:08

Will You Help Me Fight Injustice?

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When I was a teenager, a friend asked me, “Sam, what would you say to a girl considering an abortion?”

I was honest with her. I told her I don’t know. I was eighteen at the time. I wasn’t a Christian. I wasn’t a critical thinker. And I didn’t care to think...

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Saturday, 02 June 2018 06:22

What Jesus Said About White Privilege

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What Jesus said about White privilege isn’t what you hear from professors, politicians, and many pastors today. Jesus doesn’t command White people to check their privilege, he commands them to count their blessings. And that’s the problem, isn’t it? We’ve buried our...

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You probably don’t know its name, but you’re familiar with it. Barack Obama’s pastor preached about it. Chance The Rapper raps about it. Cornel West writes about it. And evangelicals are becoming sympathetic about it. You are familiar with Black Liberation Theology, and you...

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Friday, 27 April 2018 02:39

Moses or Marx?

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If I change my positions on racial equality because evangelical leaders disagree with me, I would have been pro-slavery in the eighteenth century because of George Whitefield and a segregationist in the twentieth century because of Carl. F. H. Henry.

Evangelical leaders do not hold a monopoly on...

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Friday, 09 March 2018 01:22

A Better Country For Mom

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I thought I heard mom call out my name. I stopped to listen intently. But I didn’t hear anything except her hasty footsteps. So I turned on the music again, grabbed my tools, and continued to fix the faucet in the laundry room. Not long afterward, within seconds actually, I heard...

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Friday, 02 March 2018 02:45

Is Colonialism Why Africa Isn’t Like Wakanda?

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What if Africa wasn’t colonized by Europeans? What if Europeans didn’t have access to exploit Africa’s resources and people? Would Africa be prosperous, peaceful, powerful like Wakanda?

What-if questions have always been an integral part of comic book lore. In 1938 Jerry Siegel and...

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