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Michael Heykoop

There Is a Real God and He Wants You to Know Him!

Is there such thing as God? If so, who is He, what is He like? Can you know? Do you need to know? Or does it even matter? Yes, there is a God. He orchestrated the creation of all things, and that includes you and me. We were not created to be ignored, or left as an afterthought. We are not some science experiment whose creator set it in motion and then stepped back only to observe from afar. Who is the Creator of the universe? He is a God you can know! Watch to discover FOUR ways that God reveals Himself to man.

What Does It Mean to Lead by Example?

What Does It Mean to Lead by Example?

No one likes political hypocrisy—or any other kind of false or untrustworthy leadership! How will God’s plan solve this problem?

Truth in an Age of Lies

What are the perils of living at a time when information more widely available than ever before? Information is a good thing. It is impossible to make wise decisions without having information. We use the written accounts of others to learn what has worked, and what hasn't. We can analyze different potential outcomes. We can explore points of view beyond our own perspective. More information must mean that everyone is making better and better decisions. If we look around us, that is clearly not the reality. How does one find truth in this age of lies and fake news?

Modern Moral Theory and the Murray-Hill Riot

Article: Oh Canada! - Modern Moral Theory and the Murray-Hill Riot

What would happen if your city stopped enforcing the law? Do we really need government intervention to prevent arson, robbery, and murder? Or does law enforcement only lead to suspicion, discrimination, and escalation?

Three Trends in Global Affairs

How do you separate the news from the noise? This is one of the many challenges of living in the information age. In decades past, the news was a one-hour event where news anchors would describe a handful of the day’s issues and emerging trends in an attempt to keep the viewer well informed. Today’s 24-hour news channels rely on an innate ability to extend a popular story. Once it's understood that a particular item will attract viewers every detail—relevant or otherwise—every comment and every tweet become breaking news and is dissected ad nauseum.