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April 08, 2011

Why God Isn’t Doing Well

God is not doing very well these days. Here are four reasons why: The first is that increasingly large numbers of men and women attend university, and Western universities have become essentially secular (and leftist) seminaries. Just as the agenda of traditional Christian and Jewish seminaries is to produce religious Christians and religious Jews, the agenda of Western universities is to produce (left-wing) secularists. The difference is that Christian and Jewish seminaries are honest about their agenda, while the universities still claim they have neither a secularist nor a political agenda.

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April 07, 2011

Good News: Teen Birth Rate Drops to Record Low

The teen birth rate in the U.S. dropped 37 percent over the last two decades to a record low, with the most substantial decrease — 50 percent — coming among African-American girls. Overall, approximately 4 percent of girls ages 15 to19 gave birth in 2009. The report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says the best way to drive the numbers even lower is to expand the reach of contraception-based sex education.

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April 06, 2011

Maragaret Sanger, a hero?

Monday’s Wall Street Journal contained a full-page letter paid for by the Republicans for Planned Parenthood. According to the letter, Planned Parenthood’s founder Margaret Sanger has been the victim of wrongful attacks on her ideas and character.

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April 05, 2011

Thinking about Rob Bell

I don’t like hell either. But what should I believe about it?

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April 04, 2011

When Love Hurts

According to the Beatles, all you need is love. Released to a world television audience of 400 million people in 1967, John Lennon hoped this song would start a revolution. Well, it didn’t. And, if you listen to songs today, it’s clear that we don’t find that sort of love compelling anymore. What’s taken its place is a much darker picture of love – hopeless and painful.

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