From the category archives:

Legislation

5 Reasons Christians Will Not Bow

by Bryant Evans on July 9, 2015

Paul used illustrations of soldiers and battles to describe the Christian life. Recent weeks have proven the wisdom of such ideas. We are in a battle we did not choose. We are daily assaulted by worldly forces in high places. Some have already surrendered. Others fight on. This not a battle where compromise and treaties […]




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4 Reasons Not To Be Surprised at the World

by Bryant Evans on July 7, 2015

The disappointing decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, Obergefell v. Hodges, which allows same sex marriage in all states regardless of the will of the people, prompted an outpouring of angst on social media sites. American Christians were stunned that SCOTUS delivered a ruling so at odds with Bible teaching. Suddenly Christians found themselves, again, […]




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Wanna Bet?

by Bryant Evans on July 9, 2013

How many times have we been told that gambling will solve all of our problems and make our state coffers flush with cash? We’ve heard that gambling is the answer to everything from school funding to medical research. In fact, gambling brings with it a whole new set of problems. Aside from violating the Golden […]




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Important Religious Research

by Bryant Evans on February 1, 2012

Sometimes, the practice of faith receives a boost from the sciences. Over the weekend an analysis was posted by the Heritage Foundation which brings together many studies on the benefits of religion. One of the conclusions hints at the breadth of this report. The available evidence clearly demonstrates that regular religious practice is both an […]




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What If Abortion Was Legal When You Were Born?

by Bryant Evans on October 17, 2009

What if abortion were legal when you were born? Would you still be here? Many of us in our 40′ and beyond would not be. For those born later the answer is obviously “yes.” But then you have to wonder how many brothers, sisters, cousins, friends, schoolmates, etc. are missing from  your life because of […]




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