SERIES: 2018 National Disciple Making Forum

I had the privilege of attending this year’s 2018 National Disciple Making Forum in Nashville, a two day conference dedicated to the idea that Chrstianity should be defined as “disciples who make disciples.” Here’s the ideas that I gathered there, in a series of posts. This year’s...

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3 Types of Submission in Christian Living

This post is part of a series. The keynote speaker at this year’s 2018 National Disciple Making Forum in Nashville was Shodankeh Johnson, a charismatic pastor from Sierra Leone, Africa. He was quite challenging and inspiring, to say the least (you can hear an interview with...

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Jesus, Male Sexuality, and the #MeToo Movement

The problem of men abusing power and abusing women is as old as, well, the “oldest profession” of prostitution. The male sexual drive is ever present across history, and often justified by those in power. Of course, one of the hallmarks of great moral leaders...

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How a conservative might address liberal priorities

In a recent Facebook discussion, a (Iiberal) commenter asked me how I would address certain issues or public policy methods that liberals find unassailable. Here you go. Do you support heavily subsidized daycare? Do you support a $15 minimum wage? Do you support universal healthcare?...

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Deconstructing Trump’s Supposed Racism

My liberal friends waste a lot of time trying to pin down Donald Trump as a fascist and racist. As I have admitted previously, Trump is old enough to carry the passive cultural racism of the previous century, but I don’t think he is a...

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DNA Tests as Race-Fixation

As a former scientist who performed DNA fingerprinting for cancer, I am keenly interested in the current state of DNA analysis and diagnosis based on it. Services like 23andMe and others promise not only to suggest possible medical conditions your genes might predispose you to,...

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