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The Offensiveness of the Gospel

Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist We are a people easily offended, a fact readily observable to anyone even remotely societally aware today. Stories that bear out the reality of this burgeoning social phenomena fill...

Reformation Day and Freedom of Religion

KEVIN SARTIN Theology Columnist Religious freedom is something that historically we have always enjoyed as citizens of the United States of America. It’s one of the principles that we believe our nation was founded on....

Ashdown and public prayer

Kevin Sarton Theology Columnist The Freedom From Religion Group, a nonprofit organization diligently working to promote “nontheism” and to defend the “constitutional separation between religion and government,” has been pretty busy as of...

A Biblical case for same-sex marriage

Ryan Rush Theology Columnist While many Scripture-loving Christians are opposed to the Supreme Court’s recognition of gay marriage rights, we aren’t all. For instance, I celebrate...

Something greater than the Republican Party

By Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist The presidential election of 2016 is just around the corner, and seemingly every day some other so-and-so from somewhere is announcing...

A tale of two tales

By Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist There is a story from my childhood and from childhoods much further in the past that taught a lesson that seems...

Tide of public opinion counter to Bible

By Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist We are a nation of people who run from one public crisis to the next, lighting infernos of indignation that blaze...

Examining God’s promise

One of the best-known but least-believed prom- ises of the Bible comes from the Apostle Paul’s letter to the church at Rome. There, at the pinnacle...

The mystery of self-destruction

By Kevin Sartin Theology Columnist If you are a baseball fan (or sports fan period, for that matter) then you are probably familiar with the story...