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The Context of Life

Man #1 shoots Man #2. As a result, Man #2 dies. Is Man #1 a murderer? Obviously, it depends. Context matters. Did Man #1 fire in self-defense? Did he shoot Man #2 by accident? Was Man #1 part of a legally appointed firing squad or under a hypnotic trance? Was the...

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The Moral Case against Tariffs

One of the hottest topics in the last few months has been President Trump’s rolling out of a series of tariffs on key input goods such as steel and aluminum, and more recently the threat of across-the-board tariffs on Chinese goods.  Not only have these threats...

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Life Will Win if Women Lead

On Friday, Iowa’s first female governor, Republican Kim Reynolds, signed the Fetal Heartbeat Law, banning all abortions once a baby’s heartbeat can be detected -- the strictest anti-abortion law in the country. After signing the bill into law, Governor Reynolds said...

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The End Is Nigh, but Not Yet

We live in the best of times and the worst of times -- even “perilous times,” as prophesied by the Apostle Paul concerning the last days, or the end of times. That we live in the end of times is acknowledged by virtually all Christians, including in the title of my...

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Free Speech Is the Great Unifier

Recently, the president of the Brigham Young University College Democrats, Kwaku El, sinned against humanity, apparently, by mocking the political correctness of his Twitter following: https://twitter.com/thekwakuel/status/982295900398673920 He then took a second...

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The Hypocrisy of Hollywood Sexism

Steven Spielberg believes that the world needs a female Indiana Jones (and for some reason, he also thinks that would require changing the character's last name to “Joan”). This falls in line with a trend we are beginning to see from Hollywood. Namely, the reboot of a...

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