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Do We Always Have the Right to Control Our Own Bodies?

Over the last couple of weeks, the abortion debate has come to the forefront of cultural issues in ways that few could have anticipated. On January 22, the forty-sixth anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law New York’s Reproductive ... Read More »

Continuing the March for Life

Last week I attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C., for the first time. It has always been on my list of events in which I wanted to participate, but for various reasons I was never able to do so until this year. The March for Life is held every year ... Read More »

A Question of Reparations in the Southern Baptist Convention: Applying the Zacchaeus Principle

This is the second in a 2-part series addressing the question of reparations in light of the recent report from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on the history of racism in the Southern Baptist Convention. Part 1 is located here. Having considered the... Read More »

A Question of Reparations in the Southern Baptist Convention: The Zacchaeus Principle

This is the first in a 2-part series addressing the question of reparations in light of the recent report from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on the history of racism in the Southern Baptist Convention. A little more than three weeks ago, my wife an... Read More »

Protecting the Church’s Money

“If you are at a church that collects money, someone is stealing.” That is how a guest speaker in my Family and Church Financial Stewardship class opened his lecture on protecting the church’s money. My students were dumbfounded as he recounted a few sto... Read More »


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