Why the Left Is So Afraid of Jordan Peterson

The Canadian psychology professor’s stardom is evidence that leftism is on the decline—and deeply vulnerable.

Whatever was happening, it was happening on a scale and with a rapidity that was beyond the ability of the traditional culture keepers to grasp. When the left finally realized what was happening, all it could do was try to bail out the Pacific Ocean with a spoon.   Two years ago, I walked downstairs... Continue Reading

Satanists Unveil 8-foot ‘Baphomet’ Statue at Arkansas State Capitol

The Satanic Temple unveiled a statue of the occult idol Baphomet outside the Arkansas State Capitol building on August 16 to protest the Ten Commandments monument already on capitol grounds.

It was a spectacle designed to highlight First Amendment values, event organizers said. “If you’re going to have one religious monument up then it should be open to others, and if you don’t agree with that then let’s just not have any at all,” said Satanic Arkansas co-founder Ivy Forrester, who helped organize the rally.... Continue Reading

What Christians Should Think About the Refugee Crisis and Terrorism

According to Paul, the reason God orchestrates people movement is so that they may find Him

“Syrians, Afghans, and Iranians are on our doorstep and many of them come with great openness to the message of salvation in Jesus. This is our new reality. We can either stand on the shore of disbelief and incredulity or we can hop on the tidal wave God has created.”   Much fear surrounds the... Continue Reading

Wow! – The Prophesied Madness of State Sponsored Child Abuse has Arrived.

"Children from the age of five could be taught in school that they should 'decide' their gender."

“Under the draft guidelines created by Education Scotland, NHS boards and the Scottish Government, children will be told in classrooms that ‘Your gender is what you decide.’ The guidelines, set to come into effect in 2019, say, ‘Your sex is what you are told by a doctor when you are born. Most people are told... Continue Reading

Support for Christians Refusing to Serve Same-Sex Weddings Goes … Up

PRRI finds most demographics have shifted in favor of religious freedom for small wedding business owners like Masterpiece Cakeshop’s Jack Phillips.

PRRI found that 46 percent of Americans believe owners of wedding-related businesses should be allowed to refuse their services to same-sex couples based on their religious convictions, while 48 percent of Americans believe business owners should be compelled to provide their services to such couples with no conscience exemption from antidiscrimination laws.   In the... Continue Reading

War and Worship

In almost every museum in almost every country there are two themes that remain constant: war and worship.

In museum after museum and nation after nation, I see objects that tell of humanity’s obsession with war and and worship. Behind these two themes we see humanity’s never-ending attempt to destroy our relationship with our fellow man (that’s war) and to destroy our relationship with God (that’s worship).   This is my year of... Continue Reading

Why the God of the Qur’an Cannot Forgive Sins

There is a gaping difference between the love of the God of the Qur’an and the God of the Bible

Quranic Muslims quote Surah 4:157, scratch their head at times and ask, “How could God allow Jesus the prophet to go through such a terrible end as crucifixion? It is unthinkable.” Biblical Christians respond, “Love.” This is God’s love. God loved us by sending his Son to be our propitiation.   Almost every system or... Continue Reading

Three People Who Through Suffering Became Extraordinary

Seeing positive outcomes of some suffering should lead us to trust that God can bring good from all suffering

“Helen learned to speak at ten, and though listeners had trouble understanding her, she never gave up. She attended college and wrote several books, including The Story of My Life. She devoted herself to research, speaking, and raising money for organizations such as the American Foundation for the Blind.”   Seeing positive outcomes of some suffering should lead us... Continue Reading

Secularism and Diversity: Lessons from Canada

The implications of the Canadian Supreme Court's refusal to accredit the Trinity Western University law program.

So, what can be done to help law school students as they prepare to serve in this vital public sphere? Putting money and organization into nurturing and counseling law students may offer influence beyond what a single law school might provide. The Christian Legal Fellowship of Canada has a student initiative for law students, giving... Continue Reading

What the Left and Right Both Misunderstand About History

Speculative philosophies of history generally fall into one of two types: the teleological type and the cyclical type.

Hegel’s immediate successors are typically distinguished into two streams—the Right Hegelians who used his thought to promote forms of conservative social thought, and the Left Hegelians who used his philosophy as the foundation for radical social and religious criticism. When one of the latter—a young man named Karl Marx—turned Hegel’s philosophical idealism on its head... Continue Reading