Religion News Service reports that a new group known as Evangelicals for Marriage Equality has just launched and aims to collect signatures from evangelicals supportive of same-sex marriage. The tone and passion around the issue of civil marriage equality has been changing as more evangelicals are accepting that same-sex marriage will soon be the law of the land. Christians must have a ready reply for this kind of moral compartmentalization.
Stories like Linda and Timothy Bannon who were born without arms, Paul Smith who had cerebral palsy and still produced stunning pieces of art, and Joni Eareckson Tada who spend 47 years in a wheelchair reflect one of the clearest truths in all of Scripture: Human beings are created in God’s image, and as such carry equal, inherent value. All life is worth living, for as long as God sustains it.
Many would be surprised to hear that the late Steve Jobs, co-founder and CEO of Apple Computers, limited how much technology he allowed his kids to use. In light of new evidence that exposure to electronic devices poses health risks to younger children, parents need to take action. Scripture offers parents the tools to help their kids understand that the restrictions they place on technology aren’t arbitrary or cruel, but expressions of love.
The abortion rights movement is undergoing a transformation, and those who value the sanctity of life need to pay close attention. Recently, a slew of articles and rebranding efforts suggest pro-choice leaders have embraced a new and bolder strategy. After a generation of insisting that the government has no place interfering with a woman’s private “healthcare decisions,” major abortion providers and activists have fallen eerily silent about “a woman’s right to choose.”
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From: Summit Semester
Last weekend was spent roaming the streets of Pagosa and Durango, popping in and out of quaint little shops along the way, after eating lunch at the park. It was nice to take a break from the quiet woods at Snow Wolf Lodge and engage in the hustle and bustle of city life; although, at the end of the day everyone was glad to return to the peacefulness provided by the Lodge’s secluded location. Surrounded…