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Everyone Is a Culture Warrior. Some Admit It

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Too often, we willingly disobey the command to both love our neighbor as ourselves and to speak well of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Too often, we pretend as if the encouragements toward kindness and civility in Scripture are suggestions rather than commands. Still, we suffer from the myth that we can live in a fallen world and not see our faith conflict at all with prevailing ideas of the age.

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Church Confirms Drag Queen for Ordination: The Urgency and Power of Personal Morality

Church Confirms Drag Queen for Ordination: The Urgency and Power of Personal Morality

Ethicist Russell Moore was right when he said, “The problem now is not that people think the church’s way of life is too demanding, too morally rigorous, but that they have come to think the church doesn’t believe its own moral teachings.” He adds: “We are losing a generation—not because they are secularists, but because they believe we are.”

What's America's Real Problem Concerning Race?

Voddie Baucham, Out problem is the discrepancy between social and biblical justice

I have pursued justice my entire Christian life. Yet I am about as “anti-social justice” as they come—not because I have abandoned my obligation to “strive for peace with everyone, and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord” (Hebrews 12:14), but because I believe the current concept of social justice is incompatible with biblical Christianity.

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