We are called to responsible and agreeable citizenry. However, should the government require something of us that violates our Christian conscience, which is shaped, guided and normed by the Word of God, our honoring the First Commandment (and the rest of Scripture too) would overrule any civic ordinance.
Free to Be Faithful
Attorney Erik Stanley (Alliance Defending Freedom) and KFUO moderator Kip Allen discuss the impact of religious liberty on schools and students and talks about preparing religious institutions from secular challenges. Click here to listen to or download the podcast.
Words shape thoughts–or threaten them. In this case, the freedom to be a Christian—or a Jew, Muslim, Buddhist or nothing at all—is relegated to private activity in segregated space.
How do we contend for life in a pro-choice world?
Four winning essays present ways in which Lutherans can remain faithful on campus, despite the pressures of academia, peers and the culture.
Marriage is one of the many gifts God gives to us. It is right, good and beautiful in His eyes.
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