The Immigration Debate and the Hidden Root

There is a lot of talking past one another when Christians discuss immigration. This is not what I would call a unique problem with the subject matter, but immigration certainly seems to be, for many, a subject of particular consternation and frustration. Often, there is a great deal of emotionalism involved. Fears and anxieties based... Continue Reading →

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On “AHA” and how to not Free the States

Over the last several months friends of mine have asked me if I would still use the “AHA” symbol. There are some reasons for why I would and there are some reasons for why Iwouldn’t. AHA is a symbol that represents an ideology. AHA (abolish human abortion) is the “wrote-out” symbol that represents abolitionism. Abolitionism... Continue Reading →

In Defense of an Unsafe Justice

In a rather silly display, I’ve seen many “anti-social-justice-warriors” make statements effectively decrying the use of extra-Biblical adjectives. Proclamations along the lines of “we don’t need social-justice because we have justice!” and “the Bible doesn’t qualify justice” are all over blogs and social media. Not only is this bold anti-adjective stance nonsensical, but it is... Continue Reading →

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