This time on You Decide, we approach the Christian’s view of Homosexuality. Christian Left and Christian Right duke it out in a conversation about Homosexuals and their rights. Which side do you agree with most? Do you see it from a different view?
“Hey, Honey, I’m Home!” When we go home to our spouses, we walk through the door into two homes. It is the home we’ve built with…in…and around our spouse in the here-and-now. And, like it or not, it is the home of our childhood. Here’s why.
Not Going Blind Mom can yell, grab, and frighten the little lady into submission. But, as noted previously, the battle just goes underground—both in the daughter and in mom—with profound consequences to that little lady as she grows up. Or…Mom can give up the battle, training her child to be spoiled, narcissistic, and demanding.
Kristen Barbehenn, Frank Barbehenn’s daughter, is interviewed about her father’s book “Faith of a Father”.
Abortion Left: Abortion should remain legalized. All women should have the right to decide what to do with their own body. Right: Yes, I agree. A woman should have the right to do what she wants with her own body. But she doesn’t have the moral right to do whatever she wants to do with
That Forever Dance Mom and our little lady are locked into a dance. It’s a power struggle. One between the little lady’s aggressive impulsivity targeting what she wants when she wants it and Mom’s obligatory responsibility—and privilege—of training her to ask. They cannot escape the dance.
Our Blindness We are born inherently conflicted. As I noted in the last article, however, our built-in conflicts are not our daily pathology. According to the apostle Paul, it’s our self-deception. It’s proclaiming ourselves wise then becoming the proverbial fool. It’s our choice to blind ourselves to truth, whether truths about God or about ourselves.
In his letter to the church at Rome, the apostle Paul revealed to us that we all have taken the truths of God and turned them into lies. Then, proclaiming ourselves wise, we became fools. And in his letter to the church at Corinth, he asserts that we see life as if we are looking
An Objectivist atheist, Paul Saunders, and a Christian theist, Frank Barbehenn, reach a surprising agreement on fighting side-by-side for Individual Rights.