In a 2007 column, George Will described the use of prenatal screening for Down syndrome babies as a search-and-destroy mission. His assessment was correct then and is ever more apt today. Over 70 percent of Down babies are …Read more
Technology is neither good nor bad, nor is it neutral. This is a lesson taught by Plato and repeated by Neil Postman. The French sociologist Jacques Ellul makes the same point and so does historian of science Melvin …Read more
He has been called a scholar, a philosopher, a theologian. A TIME Magazine article called him a “missionary to intellectuals.” But Francis Schaeffer described himself as a pastor and an evangelist.
Theologian John Stackhouse describes Schaeffer’s …Read more
Dr. William Edgar has written about the eclipse of Christian apologetics. A significant part of this eclipse results from our retreat, as Christians, into our own cultural enclaves. Here, we develop subculture identities that isolate us from engaging …Read more