Monthly Archives: December 2013

Phil Robertson a Racist?

The part of the Phil Robertson/Duck Dynasty dust up that has gotten the most attention and created the greatest controversy was the comments on homosexuality.  Less attention was paid to the comments on race and race relations.  Here is a … Continue reading

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The most recent Dust-Up against Christians and the Proper Response

One would have to have had their head buried hopelessly deep in the sand to have missed the recent Duck Dynasty controversy.  The amount of vitriol generated in response to Phil Robertson’s comments has been enormous and yet has probably … Continue reading

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More on Scrooge from The Gospel Coalition

The following post from The Gospel Coalition was written by Justin D. Lyons, an Associate Professor of History and Political Science at Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio.  Charles Dickens’ timeless A Christmas Carol tale of a greedy miser remains a … Continue reading

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A New Look at Dickens’ The Christmas Carol

Since my introduction to Charles dickens’ A Christmas Carol when a student in the Virginia Street (grade) school in Hopkinsville, KY, I’ve been fascinated by the story.  It has become more meaningful to me over the years as I’ve grown … Continue reading

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Professor John Lennox on Christmas

One of my favorite apologists is John Lennox.  He is just so great in his ability to tackle complex issues of science and faith in a comprehensible and instructive manner.   Professor Lennox is a British mathematician, philosopher of science … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Arts

The Gospel Coalition blog just published an article by Brett McCracken dealing with the intersection of the arts and Christianity entitled Can an Atheist Make a Good Bible Movie?  The article discusses two films slated for release in 2014: Exodus, starring … Continue reading

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Capitalism with a Heart

One of my favorite columnists is Michael John Gerson.  He is an op-ed columnist for The Washington Post,  a visiting fellow with the Center for Public Justice, and a former senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. He served … Continue reading

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