Conscience and Its Enemies

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‘Useless’ Baby Christians

Like many of you, I suspect, I was raised in a well-meaning church community that consistently taught its youngest members to emulate the various heroes of the Bible. Are you timid? Well, then, just “Be more like King David!” Do you struggle to believe God’s promises? Simple: “We should all be more like Noah!” No

A Prison of Desires

Freedom. It’s a word, in our culture at least, that carries an almost mystical power. Consider how often people claim the purpose of their actions or words is to pursue, defend, obtain, express, or otherwise encourage freedom. It’s as if the mere mention of such goals is capable of legitimizing nearly any activity as an