Dan Wolf

America’s Dysfunctional Public Education

America’s Dysfunctional Public Education

Editor’s Note: Get your tickets NOW for the special event "Rescuing Our Children" from the Public Education System, on Thursday, May 30, 2019, here in Richmond at Grove Avenue Baptist Church and see the   multiple locations, dates and times in Virginia are listed on the Foundation go to the American Christian Education website. America’s public education faces many problems. But how did we get here, and more importantly, how can we fix it To understand how to fix anything, we must first understand the core problem. The core problem begins with today’s view of rights. Read More

Will We Choose Life or Death?

Will We Choose Life or Death?

The April third Virginia March for Life was a fantastic event. An estimated 6,500+ Virginians came from all over the state, representing all ages and races. They recognized the right to life’s importance, and duly concerned with events from this last legislative session. People shared their testimonies about why we should care, why recognizing life matters. This is all very good. Read More

Life Remains Unprotected

Life Remains Unprotected

Below is an unpublished letter to the editor submitted to Richmond's Times-Dispatch on March 8. It is a response to communications received from both Virginia Senator's to support the Born Alive Surviviors Protection Act. Neither Senator Kaine nor Warner supported the measure. Read More

Amok Time

Amok Time

What possible connection could there be between today’s society and a Star Trek episode Amok was a period during the Vulcan mating process where all their logic was cast aside. Raw emotion ruled their actions to such an extent they were willing to do anything to achieve their goal—because the end had to be achieved whatever the cost. Is our society any different today Read More

Event Reminder

Event Reminder

Reminder that the presentation "Ideas, Power, and Consequences" will be held at the Virginia Christian Alliance office at 2:00 p.m. on March 2. Register for the event here. Read More

Loving Your Neighbor

Loving Your Neighbor

The previous article outlined differences in ideas and why they matter, using Virginia’s proposed Equal Rights Amendment. I’ve written more generally in other articles about why ideas matter. They shape our decisions and influence our actions. Our actions form our character, and our character determines who we choose to become. But it all begins with ideas. You produce what you take in. Read More

March 2 Event

March 2 Event

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Why the ERA is Unequal

Why the ERA is Unequal

The op-ed below concerns the Equal Rights Amendment the Virginia legislature attempted to pass. It was provided to a local paper, but not printed. The bill's supporters are attempting to resurrect it again, even though the House of Delegates killed the bill in committee. I was at the capital last week and one of the delegates stated he couldn’t understand how any woman could be against this bill. He hit the nail on the head. He didn’t understand. Read More

Pagans on the Wall

Pagans on the Wall

The positions over border security today, and what it should look like, provide a telling example of how much society has changed. Immigration is one of the few powers granted to the federal government. So why isn’t this power being exercised The arguments against a wall (barrier) provide an opportunity to examine the underlying ideas, and why they matter. Read More

America’s Political Jihad

America’s Political Jihad

As we approach another year’s end, it’s time to pause and reflect for a moment on where we are, how we got here, and where we appear to be headed. Striking me most this year is the deepening division within our society. A division intensified by our political classes—groups that shouldn’t even exist in America. In fact, I’m no longer sure we are a single society. This situation cannot last. Read More