The Democratic debates and the National Radio Quiet Zone: How to find “perfect peace”


The first round of debates among twenty of the Democratic Party’s candidates for president is over. As today’s Wall Street Journal notes, Joe Biden was the focus of much of last night’s debate as the candidates sparred over “the role of government in health care and other issues.”

In other news, the United Methodist Church appears to be moving closer to a formal split four months after the denomination strengthened its ban on LGBT clergy and same-sex weddings. The House Committee on Education and Labor discussed this week whether religious freedoms should be curtailed with regard to sexual freedom and other “civil rights.” 

And San Diego, known as one of America’s most beautiful cities, is also making news because of a Department of Justice study estimating that its underground sex trafficking economy exceeds $800 million a year

“Let us not grow weary of doing good.” 

I would like to offer you some really good news today. But to get there, we need to discuss the bad news. 

Political vitriol, sexual immorality, threats to our religious freedoms, and the escalation of sex trafficking are just some of the challenges we face today. If you’re like me, reading the news can be discouraging on two levels. 

One: Our culture’s incessantly immoral trajectory can drag us along with it. 

Every morning renews the steady drumbeat for “reproductive freedom” or “marriage equality” or “death with dignity.” (Have you noticed that those who champion such unbiblical positions are exceptionally good at rhetorical reframing?) 

Since much of the media is demonstrably more liberal than most Americans, we should not be surprised when media coverage makes it seem that the country is more liberal than it is. But since perception is often reality, the cultural peer pressure of our day can wear us down. 

Two: We can become discouraged in our stand for…

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