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Of “Do No Harm” And Moral Authority

It seems that the cry regarding many issues is that said issues do no harm. That would seem to imply that the morality behind an issue is whether or not harm is done; hence the moral code is, “Do no harm.” Here’s the problem: from whence the authority for the “do no harm” morality? If […]

On The Alleged Natural State Of Homosexuality

If homosexuality is natural, perhaps a couple of questions should be answered. 1. Why is homosexuality the new kid on the block compared to heterosexuality? 2. Seeing homosexuality is held by many skeptics/atheists who also hold to evolution, why haven’t humans evolved to where homosexuals can procreate naturally? 3. If homosexuality is natural, why do […]

On The Alleged Natural State Of Homosexuality

If homosexuality is natural, perhaps a couple of questions should be answered. 1. Why is homosexuality the new kid on the block compared to heterosexuality? 2. Seeing homosexuality is held by many skeptics/atheists who also hold to evolution, why haven’t humans evolved to where homosexuals can procreate naturally? 3. If homosexuality is natural, why do […]

Of God, The Bible, Law, And Freedom

Have you ever considered the fact of God as the Supreme Law-giver? That is what James called him in James 4:12. Paul spoke of God as the ultimate authority who establishes government and rule of law (Romans 13:1-7). It is He to whom all the world must give account in the day of judgment (Acts […]

Sunday Evening Services: Helpful or Not Helpful?

“I Want to Be More than a Sunday-Go-To-Meeting-Christian,” says an old-time song. For many, that means we take pride in attending church every time the doors are open. Some church traditions have a mid-week service and others have a Sunday evening service, with many having both. These, of course, are in addition to the Sunday […]