Ethics

Solomon Says: A Conversation with Mark Horne

Plenty of space in print and on-air has been given over to discussions of masculinity. What if the better question for all human beings was, “How do we live wisely in the world?”

Seventeen years ago Mark Horne published, The Victory According to Mark: An Exposition of the Second Continue reading

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Micheal Gerson on Evangelicals Provokes David French: A Conversation with Greg Horton

Rick Saccone sensed a closer than expected 18th Congressional District race in Pennsylvania’s Special Election. “They hate America. They hate God.”¬†… Continue reading

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No Better Time for Public Theology: An Interview with Kyle A. Roberts

Many would have us believe talk about God is in decline. Hardly. The election of President Trump and his highly visible group of Faith-Based Advisors spurred Pastor Robert Jeffress to consider President Trump the most Faith Friendly President¬†Ever.… Continue reading

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WWF, Congressional Baseball, and Violence In Us All: An Interview with Eric E. Hall

The Facebook post read, “(sic)Que the across-the-aisle finger pointing! If your reaction to this shooting is “see, violent libtards!” rather than concern for the congressman and the state of our nation at large, then you are part of the problem. Thoughts be with our representative and please use Continue reading

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The Impossibility of Ethics? – A Conversation Over Breakfast

Solomon the Wise King faced the impossibility of ethics. The story is well known. His response to the dilemma came in rooting out the true mother. When the baby’s mother declared, “Give her the living baby but please don’t have him killed,” Solomon knew the true mother would love … Continue reading

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