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The Falwell-Gay Alliance

Falwell, extending an "olive branch" to about two hundred homosexuals who attended the meeting (together with some two hundred "straight" denominationalists), insisted he has not altered his basic view that homosexual conduct is sinful. Rather, he is only calling for a more charitable view, he says, toward the "gay" community. Cal Thomas, a syndicated conservative columnist, has commended Mr. Falwell, ... read more »

More Controversy at ACU

Arlie J. Hoover is a professor of history at Abilene Christian University (Abilene, Texas). This is the same institution that was plagued with the huge scandal a few years ago, when two of their professors were exposed as theistic evolutionists. Unfortunately, the spiritual climate "on the hill" has not improved; rather, it definitely is worse. On November 12th of last ... read more »

Anthrax, AIDS, and America

For more than a month now our nation has been suspended in a state of acute anxiety as we anticipate possible future attacks by terrorists, such as those perpetrated on the infamous and dreadful Tuesday of September 11th. First it was the hijacking of our domestic airline carriers, using them as sacrificial, human-laden missiles - to destroy major economic and ... read more »

Disney: The Mouse Betrayed

The above caption reflects the title of a recently published book written by journalists Peter and Rochelle Schweizer. The authors assert that this is not a volume which conveys their personal opinions; rather, it is a labor of strict journalism. The Schweizers did an investigative study of the Walt Disney enterprise. In preparation for their book, they interviewed hundreds of ... read more »

DISgrace Institute: A Religious Disconnect

When it comes to religion, some folks have a real "disconnect." By that I mean they are strong in arguing for a particular doctrinal platform, but they see no relationship between their theological peculiarities and their conduct of life. The ancient Pharisees were of this sort. They adhered to the "strict manner of the law" (Acts 22:3). In fact, they ... read more »

A New Torah: “Tree of Death”

The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, which purportedly represents some 1.5 million "conservative Jews" in the U.S., issued a new edition of the "Torah." The term "Torah" has an elastic meaning in modern Judaism. In its narrowest sense, it alludes to the first five books of the Old Testament. In a broader sense, it connotes "the total content of God's ... read more »

What Is Marriage and Why Does It Matter?

Most people believe that marriage is the union of a man and a woman. According to a national Wirthlin poll by Alliance for Marriage last March, 62% of the people polled agreed that marriage is a heterosexual commitment; 26% disagreed; 12% didn't know ( Thirty-seven states have passed marriage legislation, defining the relationship as that which is between a man ... read more »

The Erosion of Marriage

According to a 2004 census, some 5,080,000 American couples are living together without the benefit of marriage. Several decades ago this practice was relatively rare and considered a sexual aberration; today it scarcely raises an eyebrow. Even in religious circles the walls of sexual restraint have crumbled. For example, according to a recent article in the New York Times, a ... read more »

The Google “Gag” Order

Editorial Note: This article was originally published in 2003. Google Adwords has changed significantly over time and based on Jared's expertise and advice in technical matters, we no longer use their advertising program. And although we sincerely appreciate the tremendous allegiance with the cause of truth many have demonstrated, no particular action on your part is necessary at this time ... read more »

America—A Nation Out of Control

An optimist views everything in the most favorable light possible. On the other hand, a pessimist sees things rather negatively. The optimist sees a silver lining in every cloud; the pessimist believes a dark cloud obscures every silver lining. The realist is somewhere between these extremes. Most of us would like to think that we are realists, and, if anything, ... read more »