Human Nature

On Plundering the Egyptians: Remembering Common Grace

"unbelievers can, by virtue of common grace, come to philosophical conclusions that are helpful and true and can be utilized by the Christian. ... Though in recent days, when it comes to Aristotle (and Aquinas’s use of Aristotle), there are some who are quick to sound an alarm" - Ref21

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We desperately need the fearful and fascinating

"When God is rejected or considered irrelevant there is nothing the heart of man won’t use to try and fill that sense of emptiness. This doesn’t have to be in ways as sensational as mansions or sex or hedge funds; think of the deification of the environment or 'science,' or the endless advertising for the latest gadget or the perfect diet, or..." - Acton

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Defining ‘Woman’ Starts with Humanity, Not Femaleness

"Conservatives quickly memed Jackson, portraying her refusal to answer the question as clear indication of progressive nonsense. After all, anyone should be able to define what a woman is. The only problem with this, of course, is that we’ve struggled to define what a woman is for thousands of years." - Hannah Anderson

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