A couple of weeks ago, evangelical professors Karl Giberson and Randall Stephens wrote in the New York Times that evangelical rejection of science demonstrates “unyielding ignorance on the part of the religious.” They believe in Jesus, too, but “find it hard to recognize our religious tradition in the mainstream evangelical conversation.”
That didn’t sit [...]
I don’t mean to pile on Dennis Prager, but:
The following comments were made in a public speech last week by a man considering running for president of the United States.
On gas prices: “We have nobody in Washington that sits back and says, ‘You’re not going to raise that f***ing price.’”
On what [...]
This is important to note because it gives one a clearer picture of the type of the person the Islamist is. We have here a level of moral primitiveness unknown elsewhere in the human [...]
The more university education a person receives, the more likely he is to hold secular and left-wing views. The secular Left [...]
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