Government

Christians are Morally Required to Bake Cakes for Same-Sex Weddings

You’re in a conversation about marriage and someone says, “Christians are called to love people. That means they have to bake cakes for gay weddings. Otherwise, they’re just being mean.” What would you say? It’s true that Christians are called to love our neighbors, and putting love does not mean doing whatever someone asks you

Abortion Is Health Care

You’re in a conversation about abortion and someone says, “Abortion should be legal because abortion is health care.” What would you say? Abortion is morally troubling, but labeling it as health makes it easier to defend as a practice. But that doesn’t make the label accurate. The next time you hear someone say that abortion

Should Religious Symbols Be on Public Property?

You’re in a conversation, and someone says, “Religious symbols don’t belong on public property. That’s a violation of the separation of church and state.” What Would You Say? The Constitution prohibits the government from creating a national church or religion. Does this mean that it is unconstitutional to have nativity scenes in parks, Christmas trees

Are Christians Legally Required to Bake Gay Wedding Cakes?

You’re in a conversation about marriage and religious freedom and someone says, “Discrimination is illegal. It doesn’t matter if you oppose same-sex marriage, you have to bake the cake.” What would you say? Even before the Supreme Court redefined marriage, some states and cities passed laws making sexual orientation a protected class. Today, some believe

The Separation of Church and State Protects Us From Religious Ideas

You’re in a conversation about church and politics and someone says “The Separation of Church and State means churches shouldn’t talk about political issues.” What would you say? We all agree that there shouldn’t be a government religion. Those have been common throughout history and America stands for the idea that government shouldn’t force you

Morality Should Be Legislated

You’re in a conversation about what should be legal and what should be illegal, and someone says, “you shouldn’t legislate morality.” What would you say? People who say that morality shouldn’t be legislated have a problem with the idea of using laws to make everyone else behave like they think they should. But the next

Should the Church Get Involved with Political Issues?

You’re in a conversation and about religion and politics and someone says, “Churches shouldn’t get involved in political issues.” What would you say? Politics can be dirty, but the church should be holy. So a lot of people believe that churches should avoid “political issues”. Sometimes, the intention is to help the church avoid compromising

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