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Are Christian Ethics Merely Reflections of the Primitive Beliefs of the Ancient Greco-Roman World?

It’s common to hear from people who believe that Conservative Christian attitudes towards ethical issues like abortion, euthanasia, fornication, homosexuality, and different religions are merely reflections of “ancient” backward cultural attitudes towards those subjects. In reality, nothing could actually be farther from the truth. Continue reading

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Is There Any Such Thing As a “Good Lie?”

Christians are called upon to be truth-tellers even when it is to our disadvantage to do so. In fact, being scrupulously truthful should be a mark of a Christian heart. As Dutch Theologian Wilhelmus A’Brakel put it: “If the heart … Continue reading

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