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Author David Brattston

According to the Los Angeles Times, scientists are producing meat by in-vitro cell growth, with the prospect that it will replace raising livestock. If it becomes commercially affordable, there will be no greenhouse gases or killing of animals. The Christian consensus before the mass apostasy of AD 249-251 was that no food is religiously forbidden […] Read More

In the model prayer Jesus offered his disciples, we are to pray: “And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our┬ádebtors” (Matthew 6:12). Although we frequently utter this request, most Christians forget an important aspect to it: God requires something from us or he will not forgive our sins. Two verses after the […] Read More

When the gospel was new and pure, Christian women covered themselves with long robes and veils, like many Muslim women today. This is evidenced by all early Christian writers that commented on the subject. There was a controversy whether the forerunners of nuns needed to veil themselves during church services, but there was no dispute […] Read More