PowerLinks – 04.11.13

Is Self-Sacrifice Ultimately Selfish? Hugh Whelchel and Elise Amyx, The Gospel Coalition If joy is a fruit of the spirit, why would God want us to feel bad for doing something good? Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 04.10.13

Margaret Thatcher, the Methodist Mark Tooley, Juicy Ecumenism Margaret Thatcher was forever the thrifty Methodist grocer’s daughter of Grantham. The Sound of Tyranny for German Home School Family Robert Knight, Townhall A courageous German Christian couple refused to hand over their children to the government schools and fled to America three years ago. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 04.09.13

Margaret Thatcher was a powerful voice for free enterprise and liberty Arthur C. Brooks, AEI Ideas Mrs. Thatcher was a political pugilist, but she fought for the ideas of freedom and human liberty. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 04.05.13

Want to Help the Poor? Focus on Relationships. Jacqueline Otto, Values & Capitalism Spokespeople for free markets and limited government are often good with numbers, but they are rightly critiqued for their lack of emotional appeal. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 04.04.13

Schools push a curriculum of propaganda George F. Will, Washington Post The real vocation of some people entrusted with delivering primary and secondary education is to validate this proposition: The three R’s — formerly reading, ’riting and ’rithmetic — now are racism, reproduction and recycling. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 04.03.13

Judge Rules City Must Let Religious Charities Feed the Hungry David Ward, Juicy Ecumenism On Thursday, after a protracted legal battle, a U.S. District Judge ruled that the regulation impinged on the religious rights of two local organizations, Big Heart Ministries and Rip Parker Memorial Homeless Ministries, which had brought a lawsuit against the city. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 04.02.13

Federal judge rules that Dallas’ homeless feeding ordinance violates ministries’ religious freedoms Robert Wilonsky, Dallas Morning News For six years the city of Dallas and two ministries have been locked in a legal battle over their right to feed the homeless and hungry wherever and whenever they find them. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 04.01.13

District Court Rejects Challenge to September 11 Cross Marc DeGirolami, Mirror of Justice In an opinion issued March 28, the court granted the defendants’ motion for summary judgment in a case brought by American Atheists, Inc., which challenged the constitutionality of displaying the September 11 cross in a state museum. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks – 03.29.13

What the Resurrection Means for Our Work Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics The resurrection and the coming Kingdom of God bear great implications for our faith and work. Continue Reading...