Tagged: Worldview

The epitome of a Christian in politics

My political hero is William Wilberforce, who fought for the end of the British slave trade along with abolition of slavery and emancipation of slaves. This past Sunday was recognized as Amazing Grace Sunday marking the 200th anniversary of one of Wilberforces accomplishments.

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The Christian principle of refusing to help

Every so often, Sam sends me an email with a story of a Christian doing something stupid and asks incredulously if I could possibly approve of the horrible actions. Sometimes I agree with Sam’s take. Sometimes I disagree. Occasionally, I take a more liberal, nuanced...

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The War on Santa

While many Christians are complaining about the cultural "war on Christmas," many evangelicals have an ongoing war against Santa himself, the consumerist usurper of the celebration of Jesus.  However, there are actually a wide variety of views on this in evangelicalism.  Here are a few.

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Learning from the Failing European Welfare States

In Fiscal Policy Lessons from Europe, the Heritage Foundation has produced a nice report that warns, if we don’t learn from the failing European welfare states, we will become them, by as early as 2050. Below are extensive excerpts. While much of the world was...

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Hip to be a Christian square

Hot Air, a non-Christian, conservative blog, posts four “commercials” from a church detailing the differences between “Christians” and “Christ-followers” by parodying PC vs. Mac commericals.

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How to Develop a Christian Worldview

I’ve read numerous articles and books that emphasize the importance of developing a Christian worldview but very few that actually offer any practical advice on how to do it. Thankfully, Joe Carter has come to the rescue with some excellent advice on how to change...

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Blue laws and Christianity

Recently, a county in South Carolina voted to overturn blue laws, limiting business openings on Sunday. Should Christians support blue laws of all kinds in all levels of government?

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