Why Compromising with the Equality Act Falls Short

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In light of the very real threat posed by the Equality Act, a number of Christians have offered compromise solutions, most notably the Fairness for All Act. FFA would carve out exemptions for churches and certain religious organizations, though it’s unclear which ones. It would not, howeverprotect the religious freedoms of private Christian citizens who are medical professionals, business owners, bakers, florists, photographers, and so on.

'If You Don't Affirm Me, You Don't Love Me': What Maundy Thursday Can Teach Us about Truth and Love

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Though the volume has increased in recent years, the American Church has been dividing over whether it should be primarily about proclaiming truth or about serving others since at least the mid-20th century. But, it’s an unnecessary choice to make. These two things need never be separated and should never be separated. On the same night Jesus commanded us to remember how His broken body and shed blood rescues us from sin (that’s the truth), He commanded us to demonstrate our new life by serving others (that’s love).