Bracketing Morality — The Marginalization of Moral Argument in the Same-Sex Marriage Debate
Albert Mohler

What makes this moral revolution so vast in consequences and importance is this: the moral dimension has virtually disappeared from the cultural conversation.

Secular Sweden Sees No Problem in Sending Christian Converts Back to Iran?
Melissa Steffan, Christianity Today

Iranian converts say asylum applications are denied because judges don’t understand their plight.

Same-Sex Marriage and the Abyss of Nihilism
Carson Holloway, Public Discourse

We cannot embrace same-sex marriage and live in continuity with our past as a civilization. To embrace it is to deny that tradition, revelation, reason, and nature have any authority over us.

Interview with Metropolitan Hilarion
Ray Nothstine, Religion and Liberty

I think the church has survived in very different circumstances across the 2,000 years of its existence. And, yes, I am optimistic in the terms of Christ’s promise to the church that the gates of Hell will not prevail against the church.