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Tag Archives: ethics
Episode by episode, we slowly suffocate our conscience in a blanket of relativism and doubt.
Women and men in life-and-death crises often have open ears to hear the good news.
Even orthodox Christians are beginning to adopt a revisionist reading of scripture that "un-sins" homosexual practices.
There is no sin so great that he cannot forgive and no sin so small that does not need to be forgiven.
Regaining the ground Christians have lost on homosexuality will require widespread repentance, painful self-examination, and new resolve to pursue self-denying holiness.
A headline in The Guardian (London) this morning reads, "Human Foetus Feels No Pain Before 24 Weeks, Study Says." Then this subtitle, "Finding in major review of scientific evidence strikes blow to those seeking to reduce upper time limit for abortion." There is a deeply tragic triumphalism to this headline/subtitle. A scientific study is being [...]