Obama Wants to Condemn American Kids to Gay Hell

Source: Joseph Sciambria Tonight, somewhere in America, a young person, let's say a young man, will struggle to fall to sleep, wrestling alone with a secret he's held as long as he can remember. Soon, perhaps, he will decide it's time to let that secret out. What happens next depends on him, his family, as well as his friends and his teachers and his community. But it also depends on us — … [Read more...]

Rod Dreher Discusses the Gay Jihad Against Christianity [AUDIO]

Source: Issues,Etc Excerpts from the interview: Christians must makes strategic decisions about religious liberty issues. The non-negotiables must be defended and the others let go. Marriage is the make or break issue on the LGBT because the want approval over tolerance. Christians need to prepare to suffer over this. Racism and the church was only a local issues, not part of larger … [Read more...]

Frederica: Why Oppose Gay Marriage?

Frederica discusses a controversy that erupted online over her comment on gay marriage, and concludes that it is time for Christians to stand together on this issue. Listen here: Source: Ancient Faith Radio … [Read more...]

The New Intolerance

I have an ambivalent relationship with First Things magazine because contributors often seem duty bound to frame discussion within the categories of Roman Catholic cultural apologetics. Catholic social commentators are good at analyzing the social currents, but the cultural categories -- the larger narrative in which they frame their analysis -- often strikes me as too accommodating to the … [Read more...]

Man is Not an Accident. A Preview of “Privileged Species: How the Cosmos is Designed for Human Life” [VIDEO]

Source: Evolution News and Views From the website: Are humans the accidental products of a blind and uncaring universe? Or are they the beneficiaries of a cosmic order that was planned beforehand to help them flourish? Privileged Species is a 33-minute documentary by Discovery Institute that explores growing evidence from physics, chemistry, biology, and related fields that our universe was … [Read more...]

Orthodox Christian Stewardship: What do Jesus, the Bible, and the Church Fathers Say about Tithing and Giving to God?

by John G. Panagiotou "Where your treasure is there will your heart be also."1 These words of Jesus have resonated within the hearts of people for two thousand years. What was Jesus talking about? What do Jesus, the Bible, and the Church Fathers have to say about tithing and giving to God? The Scriptures have no less than 2,350 verses having to do with money and money management. Jesus … [Read more...]

Rod Dreher: The New Battle Lines

Rod Dreher wrote recently on the American Conservative (The New Battle Lines) that the next step in the domination of culture by progressive elites will be to punish anyone who does not affirm homosexuality. I agree with him. The battle against gay marriage is lost. In fact, the moral inversion of Christian culture is largely complete (gay rights represents it final phase) and orthodox Christians … [Read more...]

Understanding Same-Sex Attraction [VIDEO]

The video below makes the claim that human sexuality is more fluid than many believe. It's a controversial point since it challenges the thesis that homosexual desire is a fixed component of individual identity, what in theological terms represents a profound shift in anthropology, and in sociological terms is known as 'gay self-identified.' It is important to remember that at any one term … [Read more...]

The Conflict Between ‘Charismatic’ and ‘Academic’ Theology Not New in Orthodox Christianity

By John G. Panagiotou In the New Testament, the Apostle Paul writes to his spiritual son Timothy about the “deposit of faith” (in Greek, paradosis) which has been handed down from Christ to His Apostles, to their disciples and to their successors.1 What is this “deposit” in its essence? The Apostle tells us this is the “Good News” or “Gospel” … [Read more...]

The Coming of Medical Martyrdom

Source: First Things By Wesley J. Smith Doctors don’t take the Hippocratic Oath anymore, and haven’t for several decades. The oath’s ethical proscriptions against participating in abortion and assisted suicide cut against the contemporary moral grain, leading medical schools to dumb it down or dispose of it altogether in order to comport with modern sensibilities. Still, … [Read more...]

Wesley J. Smith: Hospice, Defend Yourself!

I was waiting for this. A couple of years ago I passed a hospice facility in Naples and it occurred to me that the only thing that keeps it a place where people in the stage of dying preserve their intrinsic human dignity is the attitude of their care-givers. The commitment and qualifications of the hospice workers to the dignity of their patients is what makes the hospice a place of light and … [Read more...]

Pdn. Patrick Mitchell: Gay Christians? The Grave Danger Coming Out Poses to Christian Churches

Deacon Patrick Mitchell writes in the most recent issue of Touchstone Magazine that the "coming out" as "gay and Christian" creates an intractable problem for churches. "Gay and Christian" advocates argue are no longer mutually exclusive terms. This is a complex issue but it boils down to this: Is same-sex attraction a breakage of sorts within the human person, or is it a a fixed state of … [Read more...]