Rev. Douglas Wilson discusses our contemporary "empires of dirt" – the self-destructing strategy of secularism – and the way forward as Christian leaders in calling our nation back to Jesus Christ.
Rev. Michael Thiessen addresses the issue of the family as a foundational institution of society and our Christian responsibility to respond to the identified crisis of our hemorrhaging faith.
The biblical vision of the human person is based on the all-powerful Word of Jesus Christ, and cannot be synthesized or compromised with evolutionary thought.
Peter Jones demonstrates the wide gulf between the Christian and non-Christian worldview, and the implications they each have for sexuality.
What does God's word have to say about our livelihoods, families, neighborhoods and nations? What place does Scripture have in the public sphere, and how does it relate to the government of nations?
At the heart of Ontario’s radical new sex-ed curriculum is the false belief in human autonomy and the perverse claim that children raise themselves. We may deny the reality of sin, but without Christ, can never truly free ourselves from the sense of guilt that accompanies it.
The foundation of true education is the truth that man, though fallen and sinful, is made in the image of God the creator and king. Education is a core implication of the gospel truth that Jesus Christ is Lord over all the earth.
Dr. Brian Mattson critiques the Marxist economic theories of Thomas Piketty, and demonstrates that the human problem is not wealth inequality, but sin.
Joe Boot exposes and critiques Brian Walsh's false view of Jubilee and the doctrine of the Atonement. Rather than radical equality, true liberty is the truth that God in Christ has forgiven our insurmountable debt to sin.
Joe Boot unpacks some contemporary notions of social justice and contrasts them with a Biblical understanding of justice.