Tagged: Worldview

The unbalanced two-tiered world

Having just began reading Total Truth, it is amazing to see the insights that Nancy Pearcey brings in the first couple of chapters. I had never noticed how so much of the world seeks to seperate the spiritual from the natural and present us with...

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This Week’s Christian Carnival is Online

I’m honored to be hosting this week’s Christian Carnival over at my personal blog, Daddypundit. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the Carnival please do so. It’s a great weekly roundup of posts from all over the Christian blogosphere. You’ll find a...

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What’s Wrong With Conservatism?

First Things, the premier quarterly journal of Judeo-Christian political thought, has an excellent article (from 1996, but still totally relevant) on what’s wrong with conservative American politics.  I’ve exercpted his points, but you should give the original article a read.  It is noteworthy that for...

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Separation of Church and State on NPR

Today’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross features two interviews from opposite sides of this issue (audio should be posted by 3PM EST).  The first half hour was an interview with Dr. D. James Kennedy, pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian megachurch Coral Ridge Ministries, which includes...

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Letting your “yes” be “yes”

Over the weekend an e-mail came in from someone I know who wanted to pass along an "inspirational story" along the lines of "Chicken Soup for the Soul". As soon as I read the story I knew it was false. In fact, a little quick...

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Praising Motherhood

The Washington Times ran this article on Mother’s Day which provides new evidence of the virtues of motherhood (Hat tip: Polipundit) Sixty years ago, Sigmund Freud called the mother-child bond "unique" and "without parallel." Today, a study of more than 2,000 mothers confirms Freud’s wisdom:...

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