Evangelicals in Civic Life publication

A Complete Divorce of Medicine from Healthcare

Brad Littlejohn

Will the government force doctors to do bodily harm to transgender patients?

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WORLD Opinions / November 29, 2022

The Most Passionate Science Deniers Are Pro-Trans ‘Experts’ Who Profit From Carving Up Kids

Nathanael Blake

From medical associations to hospitals, countless people are in too deep to admit error, even as transgender ideology collapses. 

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The Federalist / November 29, 2022

A Divorce of Medicine from Healthcare

Brad Littlejohn

Will the government force doctors to do bodily harm to transgender patients?

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WORLD Opinions / November 25, 2022

David French and the Future of Orthodox Protestantism

Carl R. Trueman

I welcome the clarity of David French’s stand on the Respect for Marriage Act even as I disagree with him.

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First Things / November 25, 2022

The Stubborn Persistence of Conservative Religion in American Public Life

Brad Littlejohn

Hollinger lionizes the mainline Protestant elites of earlier generations as prophets of tolerance and global concord, while warning of the mindless and exclu­sionary faith of their evangelical supplanters.

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American Affairs Journal / November 22, 2022

Never surrender, never abandon the field of battle

Andrew T. Walker

The fight for marriage calls for endurance beyond politics.

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WORLD Opinions / November 22, 2022

The Materialist Magicians of Transgenderism

Nathanael Blake

The claims of the transgender ideologues are both dangerous and untrue.

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WORLD Opinions / November 18, 2022

Pastor, Don’t Underestimate Your Influence

Andrew T. Walker

It’s greater than you can see, and your role is vital.

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WORLD Opinions / November 17, 2022

Whatever happened to John Wesley’s Methodism?

Carl R. Trueman

The theological battle is now over what it means to be human.

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WORLD Opinions / November 15, 2022

Liberal Individualism Is Undermining Itself

Nathanael Blake

By making the false ideal of independence the basis of our political and social order, we end up denigrating actual, dependent human lives.

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Public Discourse / November 14, 2022

The Age of Ingratitude

Carl R. Trueman

In gratitude we acknowledge that we are not isolated, autonomous individuals but are dependent upon others, a dependency in which we find joy and for which we are thankful.

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First Things / November 10, 2022

The Piety of Patriotism: A Reply to Susan Hanssen

Brad Littlejohn

Unless we can recover a certain generosity towards those who came before us, we will find ourselves with nothing to pass on to those who come after.

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The Public Discourse / November 9, 2022