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Modern Family: Are the Kids Really Fine?

  You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Don’t worry, the kids will be fine.”   What would you say?   The drastic changes in marriage and family over the last 50 years have all repeatedly claimed, over and over with each new issue, “oh the kids, they will be fine!” Enough time has now

Should Christians Follow the News?

You’re in a conversation with a fellow Christian who says, “The news is so depressing. I don’t know who to trust anyway, so I’ve stopped following current events.”   What would you say?   There’s no doubt that following the news can be overwhelming and discouraging… especially these days. Between talking heads on television, moral

Are We All Racist?

You’re in a conversation – or maybe a diversity training session at work – and the topic turns to systemic racism and someone asks, “Are we all racist?” What would you say? When asking ourselves if we are racist, we must be open to the conviction of the Holy Spirit. Every person is made in

Is America a Racist Country?

You’re in a conversation and someone asks: “Is America a Racist Country?” What would you say? When considering whether America is a racist country, an important question to consider is: “Is there any country without racism?” It’s like asking, is your best friend a lying person? Everyone lies, but is lying the sin that predominantly

Should Christians Support Black Lives Matter?

You’re in a conversation and someone asks: “Should Christians support Black Lives Matter?” What would you say? It is absolutely true that black lives matter. Christians believe that because all people are made in the image of God, everyone has dignity and equal value. And it’s important to affirm that truth for specific groups who

Is Capitalism All About Greed?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Capitalism is all about rewarding greed.” What would you say? When many people think about business people in a market economy, they think of characters in movies – like Ebenezer Scrooge, or the bankers in “Mary Poppins,” or Gordon Gekko in the movie “Wall Street.” These stereotypes reinforce

Should We Try to Erase Economic Inequality?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “In America, the richest 1% have 40% of all the wealth. This kind of inequality shouldn’t be tolerated.” What would you say? The wealth gap between the upper class and everyone else is almost always framed in terms of inequality and fairness. But that doesn’t present the whole

Capitalism Only Benefits the Rich?

You’re in a conversation and someone says, “Capitalism only benefits the rich, not the middle or lower classes. And when the rich get richer, the poor get poorer.” What would you say? Though people have different ideas of what capitalism means, Merriam-Webster’s dictionary defines it as “an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership

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