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This one is targeted squarely at young ladies. “There aren’t that many things in this life that I believe we are called to demand of others. But, this thing, girls, this demand that I am laying before you today, is a big one. It is a demand that goes against everything society is telling you to do.”
The Washington Post: “Can your religion legally excuse you from doing part of your job? This is one of the questions in the Kentucky County Clerk marriage certificate case. But it also arises in lots of other cases…”
Justin Taylor turns to Peter Kreeft to give the answers to a simple question: What is a fetus?
Here’s how Andy Mineo’s song “You Can’t Stop Me” become the top walk-up song in baseball.
If you are even beginning to consider going down the path of adultery, or if you are dabbling in deeper and deeper sexual sin, this article will give you fair warning of all the devastation you will bring.
You may have encountered R.C. Sproul’s answer before, but I find it worth reading every time.
Monergism continues to grow their library of excellent classic theological works. They are all free for the taking.
Prayer advertises that we are dependent and He is dependable. —Mark Dever