Review: The Unholy Trinity

Regardless of how you take his straightforward writing style, Walsh's thesis is clear: The religion of liberalism has become the new, sandy foundation of our society, and we Christians let it happen.

Review: You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

In a world attempting to cover up our guilt, shame, self-centeredness, and longing with the phrase "love thyself," Allie Beth Stuckey provides a frank and loving insight into why that is not true, and how to find real answers, in her book You're Not Enough (And That's Okay).

Speaking the Truth in Love

When Peter begins his message to the people gathered on Pentecost, he gives them a history lesson (Acts 2:1-41). These people were Jewish and knew their history, or at least they should have. The only reason they were in Jerusalem at that time is because of a feast. But Peter reviews it with them so …

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Review: Evolution Exposed

Author: Roger Patterson Publisher: Answers in Genesis One of the joys and duties parents have is to train up their children in the way they should go (Pro. 22:6). This training often comes in the form of conveying knowledge. Parents can train their children how to walk and eat; they can demonstrate the way a marriage …

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Eating Our Own “Of Cannibals”

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company Author: Michel De Montaigne I was encouraged some years back to read a piece by Michel De Montaigne called "Of Cannibals." I was under the impression that is was something like "A Modest Proposal," which is possibly my favorite piece of satire. While I would not call this satire, …

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