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Planned Parenthood and “Situation Ethics”


 In the 1960s an ordained Episcopal priest and Harvard Divinity School ethics professor named Joseph Fletcher (1905-1991) wrote a best selling book titled Situation Ethics. In his lectures and books, Fletcher (who later admitted he was [...]

Take Your Youth Group to See “The Giver!”


  What would it be like to live in a world where people were assigned their careers by an all-powerful state? Who would want to live in a place where emotions, sensations, and pain were neutralized [...]

What do Jewish people believe? Anything, except…


What if you asked a person, “Are you a Christian?” “Yes,” she answered. “So what do you believe about Jesus?” You continue. “He was one of the greatest men who ever lived. He was a great [...]

A P.C. Pope?


Last week the world’s news media had a field day with a recent interview Pope Francis gave to La Civilta Cattolica (The Catholic Civilization) a Rome based Journal for Jesuit priests. In the interview the Pope [...]

Meet the New Pope- Same as the Old Pope


Unless you have been hiding in a cave in Antarctica for the past week, you already know that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected on Wednesday, March 13th as the new Pope of the [...]

The Year in Review –Good or Bad, Neutral or Sad


Here is my list of the most important events of 2012 in America from a worldview perspective. These are the ones that, in my humble opinion, had the greatest impact on the moral, philosophical, and spiritual lives [...]

A Lesson from Lincoln


Last week my wife and I went to see the new Steven Spielberg movie “Lincoln”. It is an outstanding film based on a book by Doris Kearns Goodwin titled Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of [...]

Come on Nancy – “Conscience thing?”


Based on a Naturalistic worldview, the final authority is the one(s) in a position of power able to assert authority. In many cases, that is simply the individual who decides for him or herself what they [...]