Former NIH Director Admits Pandemic Response Was A “Narrow-Minded,” “Really Unfortunate,” “Mistake”

Francis Collins, the former NIH director during the COVID-19 “pandemic,” has finally admitted he and his colleagues failed to properly consider the consequences of their “narrow-minded” response to the virus. In an interview attracting attention across social media, Collins acknowledged the truth to what many of us were maligned as…

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Sometimes They Must Be Named and Shamed

Balancing biblical truths is always a tough gig. We can easily go off into one extreme while trying to avoid another. Consider the issue of dealing with other believers. On the one hand, we are told repeatedly in Scripture that we are to be kind to others, forbearing, patient, forgiving,…

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Calvin, Culture and Common Grace

While not popular in some quarters, I am a firm believer in the doctrine of common grace. The simplest biblical passage on this would be Matthew 5:45: “For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust.”…

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Fall On Your Knees

We live in a strange and interesting world, don’t we? A world of inherent contradictions. There are those in our world who say that we should all be equal, then there are those in this world who say that some should rule over others. Then there are those that say…

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There’s Only One True Meaning of Christmas

Christmas means different things to different people. If you were to ask a handful of random folks about the meaning of Christmas, you’d likely get a handful of varying, random opinions — family gatherings, holiday break, the exchanging of gifts. In the materialistic and spiritually shallow culture of the day,…

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‘I Was Wrong,’ Says Naomi Wolf

When radical leftists make a massive U-turn, we better stand up and take notice: When people come to see that they are living a lie and pushing false agendas, many will just act as if it never happened. They show no remorse. Some however will be willing to admit that…

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Faith Transcends Culture

I was sitting in France with school students who had just finished two weeks of service to the local children. The other teachers and I were interested to know their personal experiences – not just in terms of ‘what did you do?’, but in terms of whether their experiences had…

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