The End of Abortion? Now What?

Abortion has been in the news again lately, first Tim Keller made waves on Twitter with a thread about how Christians treat abortion differently from any other ethical stance (here), and then a leaked report appears to indicate the Supreme Court is going to rule to overturn Roe v Wade (here). I have been, yet... Continue Reading →

Politics Destroying Our Witness

This past week I saw a video clip from John Hagee's Cornerstone church which showed people on stage exhorting individual's to chant "Let's go Brandon." [(So no one can accuse me of left-wing bias) here is the Christian Post article which also discusses the meaning behind the phrase for those who do not know.] Admittedly... Continue Reading →

Christians, Fires, & Rainn

The last few days have been very hazy outside and I am told that is because of the wildfires burning in the West, and I have no reason to doubt that. It is very sad that since the year 2000 we have seen a uptick in acreage lost due to fire, especially when one considers... Continue Reading →

Can’t We Just Talk?

Yesterday i had a woman tell me that I should avoid talking to her because w disagree on most major issues in politics and religion. I had simply asked her what she meant in a statement. The reality is we are far closer on most issues than she understands, but she highlighted so much that... Continue Reading →

The Ethical Divide

I don’t know why, but, I listen to the speeches that President Trump gives to gatherings with a moral tint to them. (I’d like to think it is an unbiased interest, but, I think it is somewhat colored by the unqualified support some religious leaders have given him). This started with his speech at Liberty... Continue Reading →

Land of the Free?

This month we celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the horrendous terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. As I have been reflecting on what happened and how it impacted me, I cannot help but think about some of the famous lines connected to our country: “Land of the free and home of the brave.”, “One nation... Continue Reading →

An Honest Vote

We are about to elect a new president, while such elections are usually somewhat difficult and stressful, this election cycle seems to be particularly stressful, even more so for those of faith. I have had several people ask me what to do in this election in which both of the major candidates seem to them... Continue Reading →

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