Monthly Archives: June 2013

Nobody Wants to Commit

“Men just don’t want to commit.” It’s a charge that seems to come up fairly often when we ponder the sexual immorality and illegitimate children around us, and it is probably true. As I’ve written before, sexually barbaric men tend … Continue reading

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The Father is Not A Metaphor

What’s the deal with all that “father” language in the Bible anyway? The gender-explicit language of Scripture has long been a stumbling block to theological liberals. Under the influence of feminism, many have sought to relegate all the masculinity of … Continue reading

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Please Stop Working Together

One of the most common complaints I hear about contemporary politics is that the two primary political parties are always at each others’ throats.   “If only we could all work together, then we could finally get something done and solve … Continue reading

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