Published November 10th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on Blogs Now Open for Discussion and Feedback

Some days, I feel like Max Headroom, the British artificial intelligence character from the 1980’s, incessantly repeating myself while stuck inside a squawk box.

Anyway, I’m embracing my destiny, step by step. So here’s the next one.

Published November 3rd, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on Why You Need to Vote Tomorrow

If you’re already planning to vote tomorrow, thank you.

If you weren’t planning to vote, please reconsider.

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Published October 27th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on What Wedding Factors Correlate with Lower Divorce Rates?

I’ve always appreciated the thoughtful commentary of social researcher and author Shaunti Feldhahn.

In a recent blog article, Shaunti broke down an Emory University study about wedding-day factors that correlate with higher and lower divorce rates among couples.

Bottom line?

Published October 20th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on Why Submitting before Resisting Temptation is Essential

Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. Yes, that’s what Scripture says.

However, if this is where we begin, we’ll at best have spotty success in the actual resisting.

Let me explain.

Published October 14th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on Adolescent Sexuality and the Manipulation of Science

In the past few years, I’ve become increasingly wary when media reports certain findings as “scientific”. What once used to be a respectable way to know more of the truth of God’s universe has become more a way to manipulate and justify a moral or political will.

The data derived from a well-designed study isn’t the problem. That’s science. It’s the conclusions that are drawn (or ignored) and the recommended response that often turns real science into something more like politics or religion.

A recent case in point…

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Published October 8th, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off on Gay Marriage and the Supremes

With the Supreme Court’s refusal to take up a lower court’s case involving gay marriage rights in five states, many are trying to interpret where the high court stands on the issue.