Daniel Mynyk

REWIND: The Cave: When Ministry Becomes Misery

It’s that time of year again! Yes, the Christmas season is upon us, but that’s not the only season. Flu season descended on the family this week. That also unexpectedly triggered another season: “episode REWIND season.” In this REWIND episode, Scott Distler, pastor of Gaylord E-Free Church joins me to talk about his book The…

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Does the Right To Life Begin at Brain Activity?

Another discussion with an abortion advocate on X! Shrugging off ad hominems, I pressed him to provide an absolute standard that can distinguish “medicine” from “murder.” Eventually, he was kind enough to provide a theory from an article. This is the “brain-life” theory for when human life functionally begins. The article was from neuroscientist Dr….

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Margaret Sanger: A Legacy of Death (part 2)

In part 2 of studying the legacy of Margaret Sanger, we look at what she had to say in speeches, books, and articles. Sanger’s “birth control” may seem as innocuous as she articulated sometimes, but her goals were far more top-down. Eugenics, Malthusian population control, and racial bias all played a role in Sanger’s totalitarian…

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Margaret Sanger: A Legacy of Death (part 1)

In part 1 of studying the legacy of Margaret Sanger, we look at a short biography of her life. Margaret Sanger believed large families caused poverty and that “prudish” laws like the Comstock Act forced women into “unwanted pregnancies.” She was a relentlessly defiant advocate for “birth control” via contraceptives. Facing several arrests and trials,…

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Are the Unborn “Trespassers”?

After Ohio Issue 1 passed, enshrining abortion access virtually up to birth into the Ohio state constitution, I saw a post from Laura Klassen on X explaining that abortion kills someone else’s body. One woman replied that this justifies abortion even more because an unwanted pregnancy makes the baby a trespasser. I had a brief…

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