In the contraceptive mandate case Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby—argued Tuesday, March 25th—the government asserts that corporations can't exercise religion because they're not people – and that the people who own corporations can't exercise religion throug..
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Eric Metaxas / Christian Post Contributor
As several colleagues of mine have pointed out, the level of vituperation among Christians over Darren Aronofsky's film is "nuts." Roberto Rivera, a colleague, said that we shouldn't look to the entertainment industry for validation of our beliefs an..
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If we want to respond to this opportunity and actually reach this unattached generation, we're going to have to connect them with something they really value. We're going to have to refine our message and our ministry—no more half-hearted Christianit..
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An FDA panel is currently reviewing a procedure that would allow a child to inherit genetic material from three different people. If that sounds like one too many to you, congratulations! Your moral intuition is more highly developed than that of man..
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Innocent blood is crying from the ground of North Korea. While I'm pleased that the U.N. is urging the international community to get tough on the North Korean regime for destroying the lives of its twenty-five million people, there's a worldview iro..
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There's a right way and a wrong way to watch the upcoming "Son of God" movie. Just as with Gibson's blockbuster ten years ago, we also need to be a little careful.
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New findings out of my alma mater, Yale University, would seem to suggest that humans are born with an innate sense of morality. Where have I heard that before?
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According to a study about to be published in the American Journal of Sociology, being conservative Protestant, i.e., an evangelical, is not helpful when it comes to staying married. There's the question of just who is a "conservative Protestant."
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The Christian sun is rising in the east. Eastern Europe, that is. And the Western media just doesn't get it.
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You'd think that Christians would be completely safe in the land of Gandhi. Unfortunately, you'd be wrong. If I asked you to name the country that has witnessed the single greatest outburst of anti-Christian violence in recent years, you'd probably ..
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We're at war. Or at least, war is being waged on our brothers and sisters in Christ across the globe. Sometime in November, the North Korean regime publicly executed eighty people in seven cities across the country. In each instance, a crowd was for..
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Here's a question – just how low will Hollywood go to advertise an animated kids' Thanksgiving movie?
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Yesterday we talked about Dracula and Christianity. Today let's talk about zombies and...the resurrection of the dead.
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A sign of the times? In movies and on TV, what was once evil becomes if not good, at least sympathetic – or cool. And NBC's "Dracula" is no exception.
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When confronting the scourge of pornography, maybe a little seeing is believing. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart once famously wrote that while "hard-core pornography" is hard to define, "I know it when I see it." Most of us would agree.
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We're used to the enemies of God's Word mishandling the Bible. But a far worse problem is what its friends do.
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No matter what your atheist friends or relatives tell you, they've got deep spiritual longings. And Jesus is the answer to those longings.
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It seems so logical: live together, see if it works, and then get married. Except things just don't work out that way.
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Can you imagine a husband telling his wife the following: "Okay, honey. The lease is up. I'm trading you in." Well, one lawyer can.
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"Is Eric Metaxas the Next Chuck Colson?" That was the jarring Washington Post headline a couple of days ago. At least it was jarring to me, because the simple answer is an emphatic NO. But a more nuanced answer would be a very qualified "yes," but I'..
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