A television show or film does not need to be redemptive in order for it to be good or enjoyable. Furthermore, I would contend that if a show or film is to quickly or easily redeemed, it will not appeal to the masses. You can call it a guilty pleasure, but I enjoy Private Practice … Continue reading Private Practice and Total Depravity
FoxNews reports that a Planned Parenthood worker in Texas quit after seeing an ultrasound of a baby being aborted. Here's a snippet: Abby Johnson, 29, used to escort women from their cars to the clinic in the eight years she volunteered and worked for Planned Parenthood in Bryan, Texas. But she says she knew it … Continue reading Abortion and Artemis: The Damning Desire of Lust for Wealth
From psychiatrist James T. Fisher, in A Few Buttons Missing, defending the mental stability and power of Jesus: If you were to take the sum total of all authoritative articles ever written by the most qualified of psychologists and psychiatrists on the subject of mental hygiene -- if you were to combine them and refine … Continue reading What if Jesus Was an Academic?