Monthly Archives: November 2017

Jesus and Honor-Killings


Middle Eastern society (both ancient and modern) reflects an honor-shame culture. Societal good and evil are weighed on the basis of what brings honor or shame, not simply to the individual actor but to his social unit – family, tribe, … Continue reading

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Stanford and the Wind of Freedom


I am deeply embarrassed by the recent behavior of my alma mater, Stanford University, regarding its recent treatment of Robert Spencer, who spoke last night on campus concerning the topic of jihadi terrorism. In the weeks leading up to his … Continue reading

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The gods of America Are Locked in Mortal Combat Today


The gods of America are locked in mortal combat today, and the carnage resulting from their struggle has wounded many in our midst. We had hoped, since increasingly jettisoning all the moral baggage associated with a biblical worldview, that the … Continue reading

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