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As a teacher at a Christian school I believe there’s a far greater threat facing our students than secular culture. I don’t think their greatest threat is public education. I don’t think it’s a racy scene on The Walking Dead. And... Continue...

Today, the United States Supreme Court handed a major victory for religious liberty when it issued a per curiam order in Zubik v Burwell, a case involving the Little Sisters of the Poor and several other faith-based organizations requesting an... Continue...

This week, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments for one of the most significant cases involving religious liberty it has taken up in decades —Little Sisters of the Poor v. Burwell.   So who are the... Continue...

I re-watched the 1998 film Prince of Egypt with my kids recently. The film is a beautiful and moving dramatization of the Exodus, taking plenty of license to fill in narrative details where the Bible is silent. I appreciate the... Continue...

Tolerance. The modern, cultural elite praise this virtue in every school setting, media outlet, and job training workshop. There seems to be no truer way to love another person than to fully accept everything about them. Christians have often joined... Continue...

I had thyroid surgery this past summer. There were a lot of worries and uncertainties surrounding the surgery, as there is for any serious medical procedure. But one of the things on the forefront of my mind was—where would my... Continue...

The word “marriage” in contemporary society carries with it a great deal of controversy as well as a complicated history. Nightly news programs inform their audiences of the most updated developments in the ever-evolving debate. It is safe to say... Continue...

The following article is an adapted version of an evangelistic talk given at a Campus Outreach event given at Georgetown University. My goal here is to consider the meaning of sex from a Christian perspective, a perspective that has historically... Continue...

In my family, you’re practically born into an appreciation and love for the the military. Both of my grandfathers were Air Force pilots, one of which was a prisoner of war in World War II. “Papa,” as I called him,... Continue...

Some of us can’t wait until the holiday season gets here. Others, if we’re honest, can’t wait until it’s over. These days will be filled with food, sports, and for many of us, lots and lots of friends and family.... Continue...