Tag Archives: moral

Wedding Policies: Changing Your Constitution and By-Laws, Part Three

This is the third installment of a multi-part series addressing why churches need to consider updating their organizational documents. The series is written in conjunction with Evan Lenow. This post is Part 3. For the first two parts, “There’s No Time…” and “We Believe…” see here. Disclaimer: This series of posts is not intended to provide […]

Moody, Biblical Clarity, and a Dangerous Position

Recently, Moody Bible Institute announced that it no longer would prohibit employees, including faculty members, from smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol.  In a previous post, (https://waylanandbetsyowens.com/2013/09/25/moody-values-abdication/)%5B1%5D, I addressed Moody’s departure from historic Christian morals and virtues as its basis for ethical standards of behavior among employees and its movement to the secular ideal of individual […]

Six Stories to Watch Within the Gosnell Story

By now you are aware of the Kermit Gosnell trial. According to The Capitol Watch timeline (http://thecapitolwatch.com/2013/04/gosnell-on-trial-updates-timeline/), the abortionist has been charged with 310 counts of violating the Abortion Control Act and the deaths of seven babies. The deaths of two women after Gosnell abortions have been confirmed. Gosnell ran his Philadelphia clinic for 17 years […]