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By Gary Hendrix - Last time I complained about an editorial in World that, I believe, confused Biblical principles and could result in misdirecting God’s people in the thorny issue of the LGBT movement.  This time I am commending an editorial in the next issue of...

By Gary Hendrix - The May 16th issue of World magazine opens with an editorial by Joel Belz entitled “Taking the bakers challenge“. The subtitle reads “How would you go the extra mile in this day and age?” Mr. Belz wonders if perhaps the Christian pizza...

By Gary Hendrix - The escalation of hatred for Biblical moral absolutes is happening much faster than any of us imagined. There is a concerted attempt to silence Christians especially with reference to marriage and homosexuality. The bullying is strong and belligerent. The most troubling aspect of...

By Gary Hendrix - Narcissism is defined in this way: inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love; vanity. Synonyms: self-centeredness, smugness, egocentrism. Narcissistic tendencies are inbred in each descendant of Adam. All of us are lovers of self and want to have attention focused upon ourselves. That drives so much...

By Gary Hendrix - What is “cognitive dissonance”? anxiety that results from simultaneously holding contradictory or otherwise incompatible attitudes, beliefs, or the like, as when one likes a person but disapproves strongly of one of his or her habits. Albert Mohler points to the sad reality that many...