On the Value of Children and Why You Should Have Them

Let’s start with some honesty: children are massively inconvenient, and kinda gross. For every picture of a cute baby, there are weeks of sleepless nights, and dirty diapers, courtesy of the aforementioned baby. Add in the amazing amounts of snot, vomit and… other things… that a baby produces, along with the cost of actually raising … Continue reading On the Value of Children and Why You Should Have Them

Forgetting God’s Transcendence Cheapens His Love

The church today makes a big deal about God’s love, and His closeness to His people. They’re not wrong to do so, it’s one of the major distinctions between Christianity and false religions. However, there is a tendency in our day to over-emphasize God’s closeness, to the point of turning His love into gross sentimentalism. … Continue reading Forgetting God’s Transcendence Cheapens His Love

Conscience and the Left’s Moral Posturing

If you follow the news, you may have noticed an interesting phenomenon. The more progressive/left-leaning someone is, the more strident and uncompromising they are in advocating for their beliefs, to the point that they prefer to shut down those who disagree; rather than have a reasonable discussion. Some of this can, no doubt, be ascribed … Continue reading Conscience and the Left’s Moral Posturing

Reparations: It’s Not Just the Argument, It’s the Attitude

The idea of slavery reparations is all the rage in the woke sections of our culture, and in the rising ‘woke church’ movement. The idea behind this demand is that since black people were enslaved for centuries, that the descendents of those who enslaved them now owe the descendents of those slaves reparations for the … Continue reading Reparations: It’s Not Just the Argument, It’s the Attitude