The Christian Brain, Part 1

If someone is truly a beloved friend, surely he doesn’t expect me to disregard my deepest convictions in order to remain in his good graces. It’s not about whether a friend is good enough for me. Rather, logic says I would never “celebrate” something I find deadly, destructive and morally offensive. … More The Christian Brain, Part 1


The Return of the “M” Word

And now, we have riots in England by mainstream young people who have plenty to eat, lots of leisure time, but no foundations for moral living. In American, we can watch security video of flash mobs robbing 7-11 or Victoria’s Secret stores! Now we have liberal publications like The Economist, wailing in despair. “It turns out that if sufficient numbers of criminals want to create havoc on the streets, they can, ” an editorial concluded after the rioting. ” In the absence of internal moral restraints, external ones can only do so much.” In other words, a civilized nation can’t hire enough policemen or build enough prisons if most citizens aren’t already controlled by morals from within. … More The Return of the “M” Word