Some general quotes from Greg Koukl

"It's inhuman to be mute in the face of egregious evil, to be silent in the presence of flagrant injustice." Greg Koukl

"If whatever you’re depending on for security and significance can be here today and gone tomorrow, then you’re in trouble. You’re leaning on a rubber crutch. And that’s not funny. Yes, Christians lean on Christ. Call it a crutch if you want, but our crutch can hold us. One person put it this way: A Christian is one who has come to the end of his rope. He admits his deep need. He knows he’s crippled in many ways, and needs help. When you finally come to your senses and realize you’re deeply crippled and dying, Christ isn’t “just” a crutch—He’s an iron lung." Greg Koukl

"Sidelining a position simply because its moral foundation is religious is inherently un-American and unjust, and we have a civic duty to resist this practice."
Greg Koukl

"Everybody has a point of view they think is right and everybody judges at some point or another. The Christian gets pigeon-holed as the judgmental one, but everyone else is judging, too. It’s an inescapable consequence of believing in any kind of morality."
Greg Koukl