Spain Adopts Same-Sex Marriage

Spain–once a bastion of Catholic culture and commitment–has now embraced same-sex marriage. “Spain became the third country to legalize gay marriage Thursday in a parliament vote…

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The Ten Commandments Decisions

Today’s commentary, Two Decisions, Two Worldviews–The Ten Commandments Decisions, considers the meaning and impact of the two decisions handed down yesterday. The decisions aside, this…

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Two Decisions, Two Worldviews–The Ten Commandments Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court handed down its long-expected decisions on the public display of the Ten Commandments on Monday, producing more confusion than clarification in the process. Before the day was out, the nation’s High Court had handed down two decisions, represented by eight separate opinions from nine justices. At the end of the day, the real winners were the lawyers, who can look forward to a tidal wave of litigation in the aftermath of these confusing decisions.

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Christian Morality and Public Law–Five Theses

The argument is being made today that Christian morality ought to be shut out of the public discourse. As Christians, we must face the fact that we enter a public square which many expect to be purely secular. So what should we do? Dr. Mohler offers five theses for understanding the relationship of Christian morality to public law.

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