What happens when a theologian crosses paths with an economist? It sounds like a bad joke. But the question is pertinent, considering that a new book is on the horizon which combines clear theology with sound economic principles. One of the benefits of attending ETS in Milwaukee was hearing Wayne Grudem defend this thesis: "God... Continue Reading →
How did we get from an America of fierce individualism and personal responsibility to an America of handouts and government control? Temptation. That's the argument Paul Rahe makes here.
Socializing (or governmentalizing) healthcare is a bad idea. It's just simply bad. It undoes responsibility. It rewards slothfulness and punishes productivity (just listen to how doctors are now being vilified). The plan, as it stands presently, will also hurt lots of folks both financially and medically. This piece in the Wall Street Journal exposes some... Continue Reading →
Out of fear, Communists (and Socialists) must control you. They cannot allow your freedom to threaten their “good” plans for you. A very brave Le Thi Cong Nhan risked her life to speak freely of her faith in Christ. For that courage, she has been put into prison in Communist Vietnam. She has been in... Continue Reading →