Category Archives: Ethics

  1. Love Thy Body of Ethics: A Book Review of Nancy Pearcey’s ‘Love Thy Body’

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    April 27, 2018 by J. Truett Glen

    If there is anything that reading Total Truth showed me, it’s that Nancy Pearcey can creatively weave a unifying thread through …
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  2. She Ain’t Heavy, She’s a Person: Reflections on Chapter 2 of Nancy Pearcey’s ‘Love Thy Body’

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    December 19, 2017 by J. Truett Glen

    Nancy Pearcey starts off the second chapter of her new book, Love Thy Body, with the stark words of pro-choice …
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  3. Moving ‘Moore’ to the Left

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    December 21, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    Over the last couple of days, several articles have highlighted the frustration that some pastors in the Southern Baptist Convention …
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  4. Thanksgiving is the Impossibility of Self-Sufficiency (2016)

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    November 23, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    This is a repost from 2013 that I have edited and added to. The sentiment remains the same today. Our …
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  5. The Kingdom of Man

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    October 27, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    The Kingdom of Man says kill them before they kill you. The Kingdom of Man says if you don’t conceal …
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  6. A Song Says It Better: Voting, Utilitarianism, and the Christian’s Conscience.

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    October 17, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    I recently made a video about my thoughts on how Christians do and should approach the current election process. I …
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  7. A Book Review: Our Anchor in a World Adrift

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    June 28, 2016 by J. Truett Glen

    I first connected with Jon Hirst on Twitter. I didn’t know GMI or Jon from Adam, and when he said …
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