Fantastic Four

An Open Letter to Young, “Post-Partisan” Evangelicals.  David French argues that “post-partisan” is a pipe dream for evangelicals.

One political party is completely dedicated to legal protection of abortion on demand.  The other political party is completely dedicated to repealing Roe v. Wade.  If you talk too much about abortion, others will define you, and if you’re defined how can you be independent?

Tim Challies on Competitive Mothering (Also, see Christine Hoover on The End of Mommy Wars, both articles are must-reads for moms.)

One of the greatest, most common, and most bloodthirsty contemporary competitions is motherhood. Yes, motherhood. It may be that motherhood has always been competitive, but the Internet in general, and social media in particular, have widened the field. You are no longer competing against only neighbors and sisters-in-law and fellow church members, but the professional moms, the ones who are reinventing motherhood.

Al Mohler on why Christians are so concerned with homosexuality.  The answer? Because it is one of our culture’s most pressing issues today.

Why are Christians so concerned with homosexuality? In the first place, that question is answered by the simple fact that it is the most pressing moral question of our times. Christians must be concerned about adultery, pornography, injustice, dishonesty and everything the Bible names as sin. But when my phone rings with a call from a reporter these days, the question I am asked is never adultery or pornography. It is about homosexuality.

Stand To Reason asks atheists to consider the problem of the good.

The atheist must also solve the problem of good.  How can anything ultimately be evil or good in a universe bereft of any standard to make sense of the terms?