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How to respond when skeptics claim our faith is dangerous

By: Jim Denison Yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day. Survivors marked the seventy-fourth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, where more than a million people were killed. Six million Jews in total died in the Holocaust. Closer to home, Dakota Theriot was captured yesterday afternoonat his grandmother’s home in Virginia. The twenty-one-year-old is believed to have killed his parents, his girlfriend, and her father and brother. In other news, at least fifty-eight people are dead and at least three hundred are missing after a dam collapsed in Brazil on Friday. This morning’s Wall Street Journal reports that the rushing wall of mud was enough to fill…

The border wall: Pros and cons and 3 biblical facts

  By Jim Denison President Trump spoke to the nation last night from the Oval Office, seeking support for building a wall on our border with Mexico. Democratic Party leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer then responded. From our inception, Denison Forum has been nonpartisan. Our mission is not to endorse political leaders or positions but to apply God’s word to the questions of our day, equipping Christians to change our culture by engaging contemporary issues with biblical truth. As a result, my purpose today is not to offer my opinion on the border wall. Rather, it is to summarize…

How Should Parents Handle Technology at Home?

  Are screens affecting our children’s brains? December 12, 2018  |  READ TIME: 4 minutes   DONATE   The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has been studying the effect of screen time for children. The preliminary results are in and they’re not good. The NIH report shows that nine- and ten-year-old children who spend more than two hours in front of a screen each day score lower on thinking and language tests. This is troubling since the average “tweenager” spends up to six hours a day on their tablet or phone. In addition, scientists have found that children with daily screen usage of more than seven…

The Santa Clausification of Christmas

November 27, 2018  |  READ TIME: 4 minutes | By Jim Denison   DONATE   I need to begin with a disclaimer: I am a fan of Santa Claus. I have fond memories of writing wish-list letters to him as a child and bringing our sons to visit him at the mall when they were children. My purpose this morning is not to criticize the commercialization of Christmas, but to explore a different though related topic. How important is religion to Americans? In the latest Pew Research Center report, 20 percent of those surveyed named “religious faith” as the “most important” source of meaning in their lives.…