Archive for the ‘Human Rights’ Category

Allegedly, abortion is only 3% of what they do. Or so they’ve said. They’re doing a sleight of hand here. A breakdown of the numbers from their own site is more illuminating. You will find the claim on page 3 of the linked report in the now-famous (skip to 1:30) pie chart. On page 2, […]

It’s real. The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) has been in controversy for a while over what the Canadian National Post calls a “witch hunt.” Essentially, there are four small Christian schools that they’ve been investigating because the CAUT believes that these small schools, whose student bodies together total about 6,000, are not academically […]

Amy K. Hall over at Evangel asks, “What are our Moral Blind Spots? I have often asked myself what future generations will condemn us for. She points to a Washington Post article written by Princeton professor of Philosophy Kwame Anthony Appiah that sets down three characteristics our past moral blind spots have had in common: […]