Monthly Archives: November 2009

The reason for hope: Jane Baker’s story of God’s strength

“Always be ready to give a reason for the hope that is in you.” 1 Peter 3:15 In today’s The Reason for Hope we hear from author and teacher Jane Baker (a.k.a. Mom), whose story is evidence that no matter … Continue reading

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What is ‘moral’ truth, and what is ‘immoral’ truth?

Thank you to EditorASC (a.k.a. Bob39) who, like Socrates the Gadfly, has persistently countered my thinking over the past six months with this question: “What is ‘moral’ truth, and what is ‘immoral’ truth?” Thank you as well to Kim Caton Isenhower for … Continue reading

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Moral realism and our rights and liberties, part 3

How do we distinguish man-made morality from true morality, and how can we use that moral truth to make the case for protecting the rights of every individual on the globe?  In part 1 of this series, we saw that … Continue reading

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