Faith & Religion

Genetic engineering and other threats

Faith & Inspiration | Graduates, in 2005 and today, need to stand firm in the faith. The fourth in a series of “stump speeches”
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 8/01/20, 12:47 pm

Over the past few months, we’ve posted in the Saturday Series a few of my never-published speeches on topics that are still relevant.

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Theologian J.I. Packer dies

by Mickey McLean
Posted 7/17/20, 10:09 pm

He had one of the tersest definitions of Christian belief—“God saves sinners.”—and was best known for one of the most readable books on that subject, Knowing God. J.I. Packer, who died on Friday just five days short of his 94th birthday, was a lifelong Anglican and a Puritan scholar who was highly regarded in Reformed circles. He started his ministry in his native England and later moved to Canada but had his greatest influence in the United States.

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Glorifying God in the White House

Faith & Inspiration | By making nonbelievers say, “I want some of that.” The third in a series of “stump speeches”
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 7/04/20, 11:01 am

Here’s a talk I gave in Washington in 2004 at a gathering of the White House Christian Fellowship. Also, see my “stump speeches” about how concerns over corrupt Anglicanism helped spur American colonists to revolt and how President Andrew Jackson often went against the tide.

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