Five Half Truths

The most convincing lies do not sound like lies, they sound like the truth. We’re more likely to accept lies when they contain a measure of truth. And this is why half-truths about Christianity are so popular. Half-truths are deliberate attempts to conceal whole truths. Half-truths happen when we subtract half of the truth from…

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I’m Joining The Staff At The Canadian Center For Bio-Ethical Reform

Reactions to the late-term abortion bills in New York and Virginia illustrate the contrast between America and Canada. Late-term abortions are controversial in America, but they are conventional in Canada. In late-term abortions, abortionists fill a needle with a fatal dose of digoxin and they insert the needle through the mother’s stomach and through baby’s…

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Careless Tweets

We will be held accountable for every careless tweet. Every careless tweet—including the ones we’ve deleted—are viral tweets before the throne of God. Social media isn’t the problem, we are. Twitter isn’t a bad platform, our hearts are: for out of the abundance of the heart, the hands tweet. If we’re not kind on social…

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The Color of Compromise

Jemar Tisby’s first book does a masterful job describing how White Christians in America compromised on slavery and segregation against Black Americans. But in his attempt to expose the American Church’s supposed complicity in systemic racism today, Jemar Tisby reveals his own complicity in foolish, ignorant controversies that breed quarrels within the Church. The Color…

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The Good Samaritan

All of my neighbours would probably tell you that I am a good neighbour―except for one. When I shovel snow from my driveway the morning after a snowfall, I always shovel snow from my neighbour-to-the-right’s driveway too. That neighbour is a single Black mother with a teenage daughter and she’s my mother’s friend. She is…

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