I want us to consider a certain question in light of these realizations, as the third entry in the Alliance for Responsible Citizenry survey has come to my attention in recent weeks.
Encourage young men and women to get married, as young as is practicable in their adult years, and have children together they will raise together in stable, loving, God-fearing homes
Not for no reason are we expecting our ninth. Ever since we said our vows back in November of 2006, we have resolved to keep Genesis 9:7 and Psalm 127:4 at the fore of our thinking.
As another year draws to a close, it occurs to me that planning boils down in the end to a series of Yes and No answers to various and multitudinous questions.
My four older sons and I returned this week to Valheim, the wonderful world of Viking survival, to begin again with our characters where we left off. We were not disappointed.
What must be the broader context, that the only thing Mariah Carey would ask for in a Christmas present would be time and attention from the one she loves?
Did you know that Herod’s father’s association with Julius Caesar helped him to secure the appointment by the Roman Senate in 37BC to the position of “King of the Jews”?
Aesthetics is well and good, but Bertuzzi’s reasons are definitionally superficial. Whatever he says about Bayesian analysis, methinks he had a conclusion in search of justification.
JP Chavez asks whether there is a benefit to Christians taking personality tests like the MBTI, and Kevin DeYoung published a stellar essay titled ‘The Case for Kids.’
Paul writes in Ephesians 6:12 that we do indeed wrestle against rulers, authorities, cosmic powers, and the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. And perhaps these are them.