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Raising Counter-Cultural Kids

    by Jaye Rodenbush Youth culture is incredibly fast moving. The news, trends, fashion and the digital media that accompanies it all are purposely fluid and difficult to track. Even the most dutiful researchers, parents and pastors are behind before they even realize it. It is a moving target of influence that is molding … more »

The Trajectory of “Better”

    by Robert Rodenbush In Crisis Magazine, a Catholic publication, author and priest George Rutler laments the lack of strong church leaders in the Catholic faith. He quotes an English bishop that stated: “Wherever St. Paul went, there was a riot. Wherever I go, they serve tea.” Rutler’s concern over the loss of spiritual boldness … more »

John 1 Is Not a Separate Person of a Trinity

    by Bobby Killmon How do I show someone that the Word/Logos in John 1 is not a separate person of a trinity? This is often a text used by our trinitarian friends to “prooftext” their position. Oneness believers who are in the anti-trinitarian position can answer this rather easily. The question is one … more »

Losing a Whole Generation

    by Robert L. Rodenbush “We’re losing a whole generation — I call it mass murder.” These are the words of a heartbroken mother who buried her son at just 34 years old due to an opioid drug overdose. Yet, despite the crises, there are few places ready to support the families who suffer … more »