Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Fight Against Antisemitism

January 27th is designated as Holocaust Remembrance Day, Never Forget! Two weeks ago, in Colleyville, TX, a monster reappeared. Malik Faisal Akram walked into Congregation Beth Israel and demanded that the United States release a scientist connected to Al Qaeda. At first, news outlets and even the FBI seemed hesitant to ascribe any motive to the attack or even … More Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Fight Against Antisemitism

A Conservatism Without Marriage and Family Is No Conservatism At All

“Love and marriage, love and marriage,” crooned Frank Sinatra, “go together like a horse and carriage.” Today, however, an ever-growing majority of Americans seem to think marriage is just as outdated as a social institution as a horse and carriage are as a transportation technology. And this includes those who have historically championed marriage as essential to a healthy and … More A Conservatism Without Marriage and Family Is No Conservatism At All

Passing On the Faith: Good News and Bad News

What a parent does plays as essential a role in their child’s spiritual outcomes as what they say. “Human beings look separate because you see them walking about separately,” wrote C.S. Lewis in Mere Christianity. But “if you could see humanity spread out in time, as God sees it, it would look like one single growing thing-rather like … More Passing On the Faith: Good News and Bad News

Dr. Mildred Jefferson: Hero of the Pro-Life Movement

Her accomplishments advancing female and racial diversity are cause enough to celebrate, but tireless work opposing abortion as a physician in the Hippocratic tradition and as a Christian are remarkable Today [Friday 21 Jan 2022], as tens of thousands March for Life in Washington D.C., we remember one of the movement’s most important pioneers. Dr. … More Dr. Mildred Jefferson: Hero of the Pro-Life Movement

Prenatal Testing, False Positives, and Abortion

Imagine a pregnant mother, recently informed that her baby may have a rare genetic condition. She now faces a future caring for a child with an intellectual or physical disability, added financial stress, and perhaps even a shortened life. Certain dreams and hopes she harbored for her preborn child have been dramatically altered… READ MORE … More Prenatal Testing, False Positives, and Abortion

Marriage is a Real Thing

Several years ago, Cheryl Strayed solo hiked the Pacific Crest Trail from Southern California into Washington State. In her memoir, Strayed described the trek as a search for self-fulfillment after several family tragedies, including her own divorce. In 2014, Strayed’s story was made into a movie… READ MORE > > >

Remembering January 6 by Missing the Point

First let’s be clear, storming (entering) the Capitol, was wrong. Peaceful demonstrations against government policies are guarded by the 1st Amendment, but this behavior is not. Yet, the acts of Jan 6th fall woefully short, thank God, from that of any insurrectionist activity. For the last year however, that is exactly what the media pundits … More Remembering January 6 by Missing the Point

The Bible’s Accuracy Vindicated… Again

“It is the glory of God to conceal a matter,” writes the author of Proverbs, “but the glory of kings is to search things out.” The Biblical account of reality—that God created a world that was knowable and His image-beares to be knowers—powerfully explains the human drive to learn and investigate the world around us. It … More The Bible’s Accuracy Vindicated… Again