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3 Pro-Choice Contradictions Revealed in the Film Unplanned

The movie Unplanned tells a powerful story of redemption and transformation. And yet it also reveals three tensions in the pro-choice position.

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What if Everyone Lived the Sexual Ethic of Jesus?

What would the world be like if everyone followed Jesus' commands regarding sex, marriage, and relationships? Can you picture it? Sean describes such a world.

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Two Biblical Themes in the Black Panther

What biblical ideas are embedded in the The Black Panther? Beyond some of the more explicit ideas in the movie, Sean explains two underlying biblical ideas

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Monopoly and the Meaninglessness of Life

Why is there so much emptiness and depression today? One reason is because, in a world without God, there is no meaning. Sean illustrates this from Monopoly.

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The Moral Question Behind Infinity War

Infinity War raises an important ethical question: Is it morally just to sacrifice an innocent life (or lives) to save others? Sean offers two reflections.

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Can Empathy Ground Morality? No!

Does human conscience ground morality? Can feelings of empathy account for moral obligations? Guest blogger Timothy Fox offers a concise and insightful post.

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How Should Christians Think about Social Justice?

Should Christians embrace the social justice movement? What is the biblical perspective on justice? Sean interview professor Thaddeus Williams.

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Can Science Explain Morality?

Can science and evolution adequately explain the origin of objective moral values and duties. Sean briefly answers this question.

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The Greatest Showman Challenges Modern Tolerance…But Doesn’t Go Far Enough

Is happiness found in the approval of society? Where does lasting human value come from? Sean explores these Qs in light of the recent film THE GREATEST SHOWMAN

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The Absurdity of Moral Relativism: A Student's Perspective

What would really follow if moral relativism were true? Sean posts a poem from a high school student that captures the absurdity of moral relativism.