French Revolution Redux

by Mike Halpin — The common causes of freedom and justice have a way of bringing people together. The American war of Independence united colonists of almost all stripes in mutual opposition to King George’s tyrannical rule. The diverse groups throughout the thirteen colonies rallied together to oppose their common enemy, win their independence, and... Continue Reading →

Mask Mandates and Social Control

by Steve Golden — Two new states—Oregon and my home state of Kansas—joined the new COVID-19 restriction trend by mandating that people wear masks in public. There’s been no small amount of controversy over coronavirus-related restrictions, and masks are no exception. Questions about whether they really work, what kinds are more effective, and whether they... Continue Reading →

The Origin of Sunday School Myths

by Lee Anderson Jr. — Several years ago, I visited an adult Sunday school class that was in the midst of a study on the book of 1 Samuel. On the morning of my visit, the class was addressing 1 Samuel 25. This is a detailed passage but, to summarize, the account goes as follows:... Continue Reading →

Personal Evangelism and Apologetics, Part 3

by Lee Anderson, Jr. — So far in this series, we have looked at the biblical directives related to evangelism and apologetics, and have seen how they relate to each other theologically. Today, we will explore how evangelism and apologetics intersect on a practical level. How may the use of apologetic arguments facilitate, support, augment,... Continue Reading →

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