Search Results for Rob Schwarzwalder
Obama Welcomes the Pope but Not the Pope's Core Beliefs about Life and Liberty
September 24, 2015: President Obama's remarks upon greeting the Pope at the White House generally were lovely. There was also, within them, a great deal of moral irony. Consider the following excerpts:
Religious Liberty, the Founders, and Us
September 22, 2015: When Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands On Originals printing company in Lexington, Kentucky, declined to print tee shirts for the Lexington Gay Pride Festival, the city's Gay and Lesbian Services Organization filed a complaint. That was in March 2012. Here's what happened next: "In October 2014, after 24 months of back-and-forth, Lexington's Human Rights Commission issued its ruling, finding the business guilty of breaking the town's 'fairness' ordinance and ordered re-education known as 'diversity training' as punishment."
Planned Parenthood and Abortion in the States: Good News in the Battle for Life
September 14, 2015: States are recognized in the Constitution as powerful entities. "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people," says the Tenth Amendment. In other words, whatever the Constitution does not specifically authorize the federal government to do lies within the authority of the states.
Dads and Moms Still Know Best
September 11, 2015: Over the past half-century, America has gone from "Father Knows Best" to Father Knows Nothing. That path has been strewn with sorrow for millions of families in this country. The reality shows that play to diminishing audiences today tend to show the seamier side of life and to revel in the revealing.
The Left's War on Science: From 'Unborn Youth' to 'Fetus'
July 31, 2015: Earlier this year, National Geographic's ran a cover story called, "The War on Science." In the feature article, writer Joel Achenbach addressed a number of issues about which many people dispute the received scientific wisdom.
Tax Exemption for Churches: An American Value, a Social Imperative
July 27, 2015: Some Americans seem to think that churches 1 are merely large buildings that, after about noon on Sunday, lock their doors and occupy space for the balance of the week.
On Clear Biblical Teaching, Non-Essentials and Homosexuality
July 17, 2015: Christians disagree about many things, some more important than others. Among Evangelical Protestants, there is universal concurrence on the core issues of the faith. The key aspects of our theology are well-expressed in the historic Lausanne Covenant, for example.
Evangelicals Are Strangers in America - and Everywhere
July 09, 2015: Jonathan Rauch, one of the more thoughtful writers of the Left, has called Evangelicals "the last gay marriage hold-outs." He posits that "most American Catholics support gay marriage. So do most mainline Protestants."