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January 19, 2016
Americans must not allow the cultural left to edit the concept of religious freedom to exclude the requirements of chastity. The legal right of conscientious objection against homosexuality is integral to religious freedom because the condemnation of homosexuality is integral to Christian and other traditional religious morality.
December 24, 2015
The true follower of Christ knows that whatever he is constrained to do (always only within God’s will), or cannot do, his life is rooted with Christ in God (Col. 3:1). And insofar as one has control of his life, he will occupy it with what is permanent.
December 2, 2015
It is crucial to understand that same-sex marriage cannot be allowed to become deeply embedded in law … We should “put something on the table” for restoring marriage again.
November 20, 2015
Reason, rather than a dogmatic commitment to humanly constructed “rights,” is necessary for the proper ordering of society.
November 8, 2015
The passion of the liberalism which emerged out of the 1960s to win the battles it has chosen is such that it overwhelms all other considerations, common sense, and the general freedom of thought and action which served as the inspiration of liberalism in its original struggle against the pre-modern world.
October 9, 2015
It is believers in traditional sexual morality, not those who disagree with them, who are being imposed on when they are required to take action in violation of their consciences … There is no greater harm than being required to act against one’s conscience, because it is action against what one believes to be ultimately right and wrong.
September 13, 2015
The moral duty to defend and advance the truth has not changed, nor can we expect that efforts to advance the truth about sex and marriage will be fruitless in persuading people, and perhaps ultimately successful with society at large and the law.
August 28, 2015
A church which is liberalized in its response to the world will not advance or defend the Christian virtue of holiness, a key point of conflict between traditional Christianity and liberalism; really the key doctrine of God which is in dispute. It is also the key doctrine involved in the conflict in the western world over religious liberty.