A Mind to Sin


When you read 1 Samuel 22, you can’t help but to think to yourself, “How in the world can Saul be so blind?”  Saul, who was appointed king by popular demand of the people so that they could have a king like the rest of the nations around them, confronts the priest Ahimelech about whether... Continue Reading →

Dr. Death Has New Life


I'm not sure whether to blame it on vanity or the cheap thrill of provocative exploits, but Hollywood and liberal elites are giving Dr. Death new life, and this is not a good thing.  Wesley J. Smith has posted an important piece which chronicles Jack Kevorkian's resurrection to infamy. As Smith demonstrates accurately, Jack Kevorkian's... Continue Reading →

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