The Essence of Evil: Sex with Children Has Become Big Business in America

Children, young girls—some as young as 9 years old—are being bought and sold for sex in America, with the average age now 13 years old.

It is estimated that at least 100,000 children—girls and boys—are bought and sold for sex in the U.S. every year, with as many as 300,000 children in danger of being trafficked each year. Some of these children are forcefully abducted, others are runaways, and still others are sold into the system by relatives and acquaintances.... Continue Reading

Pennsylvania Governor Vetoes Bill Banning Down-Syndrome Abortion

Wold argued that the bill was unconstitutional and “not consistent with the fundamental rights” protected by the 14th Amendment, which guarantees the right to privacy.

Abortion is legal in Pennsylvania during the first 24 weeks of pregnancy for any reason except the gender of the fetus. The bill, which passed the Republican-controlled legislature a day earlier, aimed to protect against abortions over a prenatal Down-syndrome diagnosis as well, although it included exceptions for rape, incest, and medical emergencies.   Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf... Continue Reading

Chick-fil-A Put an Obama and Hillary Supporter in Charge, but Dumped Christians

Money for social justice and Muslim refugees, but not for the Salvation Army.

If Chick-fil-A wants to be in the business of corporate social responsibility, rather than charity, it will over time become increasingly hostile to the very customers who made it successful. Corporate social responsibility will take it down the same dark road of virtue signaling and political correctness. Then, before you know it, there will be... Continue Reading

Anatomy of the Problem

Gender reveal parties in the age of transgender wokeness.

Because the biggest terror in our times is to be declared not “woke,” gender reveal parties are dead as a doornail. Oh, they’ll lumber along for a while more till the faithful all get the memo, but honestly, what were the originators thinking a decade ago! A gathering to announce whether your newborn is a... Continue Reading

A Response to Dr. Levinson On Critical Theory

The conflict between contemporary critical theory and evangelical Christianity is the center of our concern.

I fully admit that my understanding of Christianity is based on a historic, Protestant and evangelical reading of Scripture. Dr. Levinson is quite right to call attention to that fact. While contemporary critical theory is indeed compatible with various forms of Christian mysticism or liberation theology, my contention is that it is not compatible with... Continue Reading

Toward a Softer, Gentler Science

Unlike knowledge that deals with intangibles such as religion and philosophy, hard science, we are told, deals in the realm of the observable and measurable and is therefore best suited to answer life’s most pressing questions.

Most school children are taught that the Enlightenment was a time in which science finally shook off the fetters of the church and archaic superstition. Copernicus and Galileo are lauded among the myriad of intellectual martyrs as they tried to distinguish science from philosophical and theological presumptions—the David of facts and evidence pitted against the... Continue Reading

The Cultural Left Bares Its Teeth: An Open Threat to Churches and Christians Who Hold to Biblical Conviction

It is clear that the Democratic Party now marches to the tune of the LGBTQ movement.

Lemon asked O’Rourke, “This is from your LGBTQ plan, this is what you wrote: “Freedom of religion is a fundamental right, but it should not be used to discriminate.” Lemon then pressed the question: “Do you think religious institutions like colleges, churches, charities, should they lose their tax-exempt status if they oppose same-sex marriage?”  ... Continue Reading

Like Father, Like Son

By and large many Asian Americans grow up with semi-absent fathers.

Two years ago, I became a father myself. The pregnancy process was marked by joy and excitement, but underlying it all were deeply embedded fears. What if I become like my dad? What if I follow in the footsteps of my dad, just like he followed in the footsteps of his dad? What if I... Continue Reading

The Prototypical Man

Because our world and life view is not constructed from within, but provided from without in Holy Scripture, it is inevitable that we are ridiculed and even vilified for daring to challenge the received wisdom of today’s world.

Despite the claims of progress made by more modern generations, far from having a clearer view of a ‘norm’ against which our humanness should be measured, we have regressed and have all but abandoned the very notion that such a thing exists. Ours is the generation of free choice and free expression. An age in... Continue Reading

Pragmatism and Postmodernism

Pragmatic philosophy says that everything is relative because ultimate, transcendent truth does not exist.

There are moral and absolute standards in our society that are continually under attack and, seemingly, are crumbling under our feet all around us. The culprit behind this is Pragmatic philosophy coupled with postmodernist thinking.    28 For which one of you, when he wants to build a tower, does not first sit down and... Continue Reading