Race is only one issue. You one-issue voters are so short-sighted. Sounds stupid, doesn’t it? Or evil? It is socially expected that you will hate racism…and racists. And we absolutely ought to refuse to support anyone for political office who is a proven and unrepentant racist. Racism (or we could substitute misogyny) is a … More You won’t vote for him just because he is racist?
The Democrats don’t get a pass on this one. Their constant droning about “the war on women” supposedly waged by every person who doesn’t embrace their radical pro-abortion “feminism” has been revealed for the gross hypocrisy it is. Senator Feinstein’s tactics may well have dealt a deadly blow to the incredibly important #metoo movement. By … More Senator Feinstein’s War on Women
Earlier today the ladies of our house went to the baby shower for the second baby of some dear friends whose wedding I was honored to officiate several years back. Then tonight I attended a retirement party for my graduate mentor in religious studies, Dr. James Cutsinger. Those two events are worthy of reflection, but … More A Wedding Sermon
Fourty-four…it is more daunting expressed in numerals, 44. It’s like that second 4 emphasizes the 40 in a way that 43 never did. Now, as if to add yet more to my awareness of my own mortality, I am awaiting tests to determine if I have a blood clot in my leg. (Just don’t ever … More On the Mercy of Getting Older (RePost)
Once again I’m hearing the progressive rejection of prayer. What I said after San Bernadino still applies: via Hashtags, Prayers, and Progressive Fundamentalists: A Lesson from Sister Simone –
C. S. Lewis remains near the top of my list of favorite thinkers and writers. However, while reading through chapter 16 of Matthew’s Gospel, I remembered something Lewis said in his essay, “The World’s Last Night,” with which I am in stark disagreement. While discussing the return of Christ, Lewis concedes to the skeptics among … More The Most Embarrassing Verse in the Bible
A brief exchange with a friend about five-point Calvinism ended with them stating: I wouldn’t think of calvinism as putting God in a box. Quite the contrary, actually. I think it magnifies the supremacy and sovereignty of God. I am not a huge fan of the Calvinist title. Calvin didn’t like it from what I … More God does not fit in the box of your five-point tradition.