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Wednesday, Aug 1, 2018

As goes the Supreme Court, so goes the nation: Why the Kavanaugh nomination matters to both sides of the partisan divide What does it mean for a judge to be a ‘strict constructionist’? Even in a secular age, the conscience of Western civilization is still haunted and shaped by the Bible

August 1, 2018


Court Decisions

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Why according to a biblical worldview civility is not just a political necessity Obsessed with death: Secular society forced to search for meaning when confronted with the reality of mortality Supreme Court punts on one of the most important issues facing the court this year

June 26, 2018

Court Decisions

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Supreme Court sides with Colorado baker, sends very clear signal that religious convictions of American people cannot be trampled upon Understanding what yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling means, and what it doesn’t mean Twenty years later, Bill Clinton remains indignant despite a massive moral change in the broader culture

June 5, 2018



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