Monthly Archives: June 2015

Something Is Terribly Wrong with Christianity in America

From Wikipedia article on “Church Attendance“: In 2013, the Pew Research Center reported that 37% of all Americans attended church on a weekly basis.  In its turn, Gallup estimated the once-a-week church attendance of the Americans in 2013 as 39%…This … Continue reading

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How Is It That a Political Commentator Can Be More Spiritually Perceptive Than Some Christian Leaders?

While some Christian leaders in America struggle to take a clear and straightforward position on last week’s Supreme Court decision on the corruption of marriage, and others stay completely silent on the issue, Rush Limbaugh cuts through all the verbal … Continue reading

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Persecuted for the Sake of Righteousness in America

As National Review says in a recent editorial: Georgia and North Carolina are only the latest states attempting to strengthen religious believers’ First Amendment rights amid the cultural and legal sea change that has resulted in — to consider just … Continue reading

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What Pictures Say About the Content of Our Hearts

Contrast this photo of the New York City skyline (lower Manhattan) during Easter 1956 with the photos I showed yesterday or with the photo of New York City (mid-town Manhattan) taken last week shown just below this one.  The contrast shows you … Continue reading

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How Much Worse Is Obergefell v. Hodges Than Roe v. Wade?

  Is the Supreme Court’s same-sex “marriage” decision worse than its abortion decision?  In 1973, we did not see such blatant displays of public triumph in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision.  Thus America’s formal rejection of God’s ways … Continue reading

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What Is So Wrong with the Supreme Court Ruling on SS”M”?

What is so wrong about the Supreme Court ruling that homosexuals can marry? Is it that homosexuality is worse than any other kind of sin?  No. Is it that homosexuals are worse people than everyone else?  No. Why then does the … Continue reading

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Americanism, Conservatism, Christianity, and Christ

A focus on America’s roots is good, because, historically, America was a place that gave Christians the freedom to serve Christ.  And in that freedom, they gave freedom to others – including Jews and other religions, atheists and other unbelievers … Continue reading

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The President of the United States Says That Love Won Today

Today is a big step in our march toward equality. Gay and lesbian couples now have the right to marry, just like anyone else. #LoveWins — President Obama (@POTUS) June 26, 2015 So I guess the president thinks that those … Continue reading

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Response to S. E. Cupp re: Supreme Court Redefinition of Marriage

Ms. Cupp, I understand that you are considered a smart, sophisticated, conservative Republican commentator.  I’d like to address comments you made in this video. “Those people are not pariahs.” We are not calling them pariahs. Why are you suggesting that we are? … Continue reading

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What Fatherlessness Invites

What happens to children when the father doesn’t stick around? Out of the 25 million children who are fatherless: – 67% of these children will become inmates – They are five times more likely to be poor – 30% more … Continue reading

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