These authors, and many others, rightly point out that issues are complex and can involve a number of different factors (moral, volitional, emotional, relational, intellectual, etc.).
And yet there is a component often left out of these discussions.....
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The onslaught of political correctness over the last eight years is akin to waterboarding us with liberal lunacy, to the point that the Democrats (in large measure) no longer live in reality. I don't mean how a conservative already views a leftist, but how other liberals are having a hard time swallowing the bilge that Democrats are spewing these days. Perhaps it's like this group, mental break from reality, where they prefer to live in la la land because they can't accept the reality that their policies are resounding failures. Prime examples of leftist lunacy....
Prominent author, pastor, and sociologist Dr. Tony Campolo recently told UK-based Premier Media that he no longer wanted to be considered an evangelical.
Speaking on Premier's Inspirational Breakfast, Campolo in answering the 'why' of his decision said...
President Obama has provoked even greater concern regarding Hillary Clinton's far-reaching email scandal with revelations that he used an undisclosed pseudonym in email communications that were routed through her private email server.
Three Walmart workers in McDonough, Georgia, refused to decorate a "thin blue line" cake for a police officer's retirement party because they said it was racist.
After many months of careful consideration, of prayer and searching my own conscience, I have decided that on Election Day, I will vote for the Republican nominee, Donald Trump.
I've made this decision for two reasons.
"Sanger was a racist and eugenicist who referred to African-Americans and disabled Americans as 'morons,' 'imbeciles,' 'human weeds' and 'misfits,'" Rothfus wrote in his column posted on LifeNews. "Sanger admired – and closely studied – Stalinist Russia's eugenicist policies. She marveled at how the communist state utilized both abortion and religious oppression to advance its societal goals, [and] like her protégé Hillary Clinton, Sanger attacked religious beliefs as an obstacle to abortion and stated: 'We [in America] could well take example from Russia.'"
The frequency of Islamic terror attacks has become so common in the world that we regularly see multiple events occur during the span of a week. The lack of activity during the latter part of August and the first part of September had me wondering if Muslims were on some unannounced holiday.
It only took one single day for Arab terrorists to make it clear that any respite is just a fluke.
Jonathan Cahn explains unveiling of arch that led to temple of ancient god
But Israel's defiance of God was linked to a specific entity – the god Baal. Baal was the god to whom they sacrificed their children, before whom they practiced sexual immorality and called good "evil" and evil "good." Baal was the god in whose name Israel persecuted the prophets and the righteous of their day.
Baal was their anti-god, their substitute for the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the god of their apostasy and the god of their destruction. Baal was their devil god. In fact the name for satan, Beelzebul and Beelzebub, is derived from Baal – meaning "Baal of the flies" and "Baal of dung."