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-Does Liberalism Oppose the 10 Commandments?

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

  (N Y State Supreme Court Building: wallyg) Here’s an interesting article by Matt Barber contending that ‘liberalism’ in America substantially opposes and violates the 10 Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17). It is a little weak in a couple of spots but he does have some good points throughout: “How Liberalism Violates All 10 Commandments” The following […]

-Mormons & Evangelicals: Different Theology But Similar Values

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Mormonism is center stage again with Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman running for President in 2012. I have seen one article after another talking about why evangelicals should not be voting for a Mormon.  A poll of Evangelical Christians in June showed that at least 34% said that they would not vote for a Mormon […]

-Is Secular Humanism a Religion?

Friday, November 19th, 2010

                                (Humanist logo via Wikipedia) A lot of folks over the years have noted that ‘Secular Humanism’ has many of the characteristics of a religion. Here is an article in the Christian Post where a Christian scholar makes that very point: “Secular Humanism as Religious as Christianity, Argues Scholar” David Noebel has written a book […]

-American Foreign Policy, World Views, and Religious Belief

Saturday, March 6th, 2010

American diplomats typically discount religious belief and come across as rather condescending. So many are so steeped in their own secular world views that it is hard for them to conceive that others take their religion so seriously. America ends up coming across to many countries as an arrogant bully refusing to take into account […]

-Over 100,000 Britons Seek ‘Debaptism’

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Over 100,000 Britons have downloaded a ‘Certifcate of Debaptism’ from the National Secular Society (NSS) in the UK to publicly demonstrate their separation from Christianity. The majority were baptized into the Church of England as infants and now as adults have decided to reject the church. According to the article, similar movements are spreading to […]