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February 28, 2013

On Tuesday I wrote how some criminals take advantage of God's forgiveness and use it as a license to sin (something Paul says is a big no-no in Romans 6:1-4). I also partly blamed this on bad theology that teaches that once God has legally declared we are justified we stand no chance of going to hell. This view is also called "Once saved, always saved."

In the previous post I showed that this...

February 26, 2013

A recent study out of Georgia State University shows that in some cases sharing the Christian faith with prisoners might cause them to commit more crimes. According to the study’s abstract, 

Through purposeful distortion or genuine ignorance, the hardcore offenders we interviewed are able to exploit the absolvitory tenets of religious doctrine, neutralizing their fear of death to not only...

February 15, 2013

Last week, the nation of Ireland released a report detailing the abusive practices that occurred at its so-called Magdalene laundries (known outside of Ireland as Magdalene asylums) as well as how the state supported this institution. The 2002 film The Magdalene Sisters provides a dramatic account of the worst abuses.

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February 4, 2013

One criticism I have received in a few recent emails is that my arguments against abortion on last week’s pro-choice open forum radio show focused too much on “the baby.” I should have told the callers instead that “abortion hurts women.” Advocates of this approach, like Paul Swope of...

January 29, 2013

A study conducted in 2012 is being used to support the claim that chimpanzees have morality just like humans do. But have commenters been monkeying with the study’s conclusions?

In the study conducted at Georgia State University (which has been covered on websites such as CNN),...