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Are Commercial Transactions Inherently Shady?

By giving us the ability to buy and sell, says Wayne Grudem, God has given us a wonderful mechanism through which we can do good for each other. Buying and selling are activities unique to human beings out of all the creatures that God made. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 10.27.14

Religious Sanctimony in Ferguson Mark Tooley, The American Spectator How nice of them to offer forgiveness to police they’ve already convicted. Criminalizing the Hands That Feed the Homeless Matt Schiavenza, The Atlantic More cities are trying to stop residents and food pantries from helping people secure a hot meal. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 10.24.14

Russian monks set up mozzarella factory amid Putin’s Italian food ban The Independent Monks living in a remote monastery on an island in Russia have set up a mozzarella factory to supply the country with the cheese after Vladimir Putin’s government banned the import of Italian food. Continue Reading...

Surrogacy: A Knot That Can’t Be Untangled

I’ll say it again: surrogacy is a bad idea. It’s bad for the child, it’s bad for women, it’s bad for families. Even when everything goes “well,” it’s still a situation where a woman has been used for rental of her womb for 9 months. Continue Reading...