Tuesday, July 5, 2016
BreakPoint Archives
John Stonestreet and Eric Metaxas

Monday, June 27: A License to Discriminate (Eric Metaxas)

Tuesday: Pro-Life Setback (John Stonestreet)

Wednesday: Heads-up, Pro-Lifers (Stonestreet)

Thursday: The Story of the Century (Metaxas)

Friday: The Statue of Liberty (Metaxas)

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The Colson Files
Tough Love of Country: How to Be a Patriot

In this classic Independence Day commentary, Chuck Colson gets to the heart of how it is Christians can and ought to be patriots: “We cannot love the whole world, but we can love the particular people in the relationships where God has placed us-moving outward from family to church, community, and nation, in an ever-widening circle. . . That's how Christian patriotism is built.”

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Semper Quaerens
Anne Morse: An Inexpressible and Glorious Joy

Anne Morse, co-author of several books with Chuck Colson, reflects on the passing of her beloved mother. How to mark the anniversary of her passing? How about sky diving?

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Signs and Wonders
Warren Smith: Bias in the Academy and More

Warren discusses the United Way's shameful support of Planned Parenthood, the Supreme Court's Texas ruling, Brexit, and childhood obesity.

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For Parents of Teens: The Culture Translator

The folks at discuss a dad who found a creative way to respond to his teen daughter’s suggestive selfies. Also: Why would a man “marry” his phone, and what is this E3 video game conference?

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Glenn Sunshine: How Are Christians to View Government (pt  III)

Glenn Sunshine examines Martin Luther’s conception of the power of the state over against the spiritual power of the Church. Where did Luther draw lines, and how did this affect Western history? 

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Worldview Bible
Jim Tonkowich

Continuing his study of Nehemiah, Jim Tonkowich challenges us to remember the works of God in the Old Testament and in our own lives.

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