During these long four or so years of college, we are tempted to do things that we would have never thought would happen. Based off what I have seen, there are three prominent groups of college Christians who react in an environment such as this.
I most certainly do believe that God is just and He wants justice carried out in any given society, but God would never condone for “equality” (as defined by our post-modern society) to be achieved through any means of prejudice or other wickedness that contradict the very heart of the Gospel.
I think it’s about time we stopped treating masculinity as an enemy for our post-modern civilization, and started realizing that it is a remedy for declining morality, unhappy women, and neglected children.
The future of America is not ultimately determined by a political figure or lawmaking, but through the sovereign will of Almighty God.
If the FBI will come knocking at your door to take away your guns, what are you gonna? What does God want you to do?
International Women’s Day should not be a day where women strive to prove how necessary they are, but a day that we can honor all the God-fearing women. The women who educate themselves in Scripture and who bring glory to Christ by fulfilling the roles He made for them.
I hope to perhaps shed some light on the man so that we might rejoice together, Christians everywhere, that this brother is at home in glory.
I don’t depend on what I think God is trying to say to me; instead I actually I live according to Scripture, and solely what lies within it.
If we want to be unbiased human beings, we have to recognize the faults in our modern society, and I believe that there are three faults we have committed as a nation against our youth for the past few decades.