This morning my most recent blog post went up at Evangelical Outpost. I’ll post the text in full here sometime next week. For now, I’d encourage you to check it out at http://evangelicaloutpost.com/archives/2013/10/sovereign-zone.html. I think it’s some of my best work to date, so I hope you find it helpful.
In my first six months of working with Justice For All full-time, I have had hundreds of conversations. The most memorable of all my conversations this year, and the one that had the greatest impact on me, was with a young man named Luke. It wasn’t a dramatic scene in front of a large exhibit […]
In Part 1 of this series, I told you about my conversation with a Georgia Tech student named Garin. I argued that if we deserve equal rights, then there must be something the same about us that demands that we be treated equally. If the thing that is the same is humanness, then abortion is wrong, because the unborn have […]
When I’m on a college campus with the Justice For All Exhibit, one of the challenges I regularly face is trying to convince passersby to stop and have a conversation. On the first day of our Georgia Tech outreach in mid-March, I decided to try something different. A young man named Garin walked by the JFA Exhibit, […]
Originally posted at Evangelical Outpost. Chocolate ice cream is objectively better than vanilla. Coke is obviously superior to Pepsi. Snickers is the best candy bar. Most people would consider these statements a mere opinion or preference, but what if there was more to it than that? Could one actually be better? Earlier this year I […]