“Gay Gene” and Transgender Surgery Lack Scientific Backing

“Gay Gene” and Transgender Surgery Lack Scientific Backing

Besides Biblical reasons against homosexuality (Genesis 19:1-11; Leviticus 18:22; 20:13; Romans 1:18-32; 1 Corinthians 6:9-11; etc), there are appears to be no conclusive evidence for the existence of the so-called “gay gene.” Earlier this year, the gay-friendly newspaper The Guardian reported on the latest findings of a study by psychologist Micha

A United Nations of Religions?

A United Nations of Religions?

From ISIS to Israel-Palestine conflict, religious animosities continue to destabilize the world. The retired Israeli President Shimon Peres sees a “United Nations of Religions” led by the pope as the possible solution. During his 45-minute meeting with Pope Francis, Peres cited the religious root of many modern conflicts. The Associated Press repor

Judge Upholds Ban on Same-sex Marriage in Louisiana

Judge Upholds Ban on Same-sex Marriage in Louisiana

In the wake of the United States v. Windsor case where the Supreme Court struck down part of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) last year, there have been “21 consecutive federal court decisions finding that same-sex marriage bans were unconstitutional.”  Breaking with this trend, U.S. District Court Judge Martin Feldman upheld Louisiana’s ban on s

Adventist Theological Seminary on Headship

Adventist Theological Seminary on Headship

The Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, the church’s flagship theological training institution, has posted on its website a statement entitled “On the Unique Headship of Christ in the Church.” This seven-page document rejects the idea that “any human can rightly assume a headship role within the church.” The document lacks any detailed info

LA City Files a Lawsuit Against Glendale Adventist Hospital

LA City Files a Lawsuit Against Glendale Adventist Hospital

The Glendale Adventist hospital has been sued by the City of Los Angeles for "dumping mentally ill and disabled homeless patients on L.A.'s skid row over the last four years.”  The hospital is accused of having “improperly transported elderly and dependent patients to the downtown Los Angeles neighborhood, a 50-block area 'known for extreme poverty

Medical Missionary Work for the Glory of God

Medical Missionary Work for the Glory of God

In service, sickness or death, Dr. Kent Brantly wanted to “glorify God,” he said in a statement upon his release from the Emory University Hospital after surviving the deadly Ebola virus. Despite contracting a potentially fatal disease, he saw his work as a “calling from God.” While some questioned and ridiculed his missionary work as narcissistic,