HAPPY THANKSGIVING! We’re back after a week away for work around the house and a wonderful visit with family.
Our focus today was on The Manhattan Declaration, a position paper issued Nov. 20, 2009 by a group of prominent Christian leaders. In short, the declaration calls Orthodox, Catholic, and evangelical Christians to defend the sanctity of human life, the dignity of marriage, and the rights of conscience and religious liberty.
Those are unquestionably values on which Christians can agree — but is it a statement of faith or a dominionist political platform? (The full list of religious leaders who’ve signed the declaration is here; read John MacArthur’s response to the declaration here.)
Also: The Family supports draconian anti-homosexual laws in Uganda; US and Iran in naval faceoff near Yemen; Blackwater’s secret war in Pakistan; the president’s surge in Afghanistan; and a brief review of The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown.
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