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Accountability: Why Public Policy Matters To A Christian

Why should anyone care? Really? As Christians are we not to love all people regardless of who they choose to love? Of course we are. So why concern ourselves with personal life decisions such as these? Why involve ourselves in the controversy? One very good reason is that when judges legislate from the bench we no longer have a representative republic. A better reason is because of what God has to say.

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Fathers (used to) Know Best

Father, no – evidently, The State (now) Knows Best. An unbelievable story about a Connecticut family has recently emerged in the news. Lou and Linda Pelletier’s fifteen year old daughter had been diagnosed with mitochondrial disease. She was being treated for the disease at Boston Children’s Hospital. As recently as January 2013 ...

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