Monthly Archives: February 2016

Lila Rose quote on the importance of the abortion issue

Human rights are the bedrock of a just society. If we can't protect our most vulnerable from abortion, what good are we as a nation? — Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) February 28, 2016 Human rights are the bedrock of a just … Continue reading

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J.J. Abrams: Star Wars Will Change

I know there are a lot of adults who love Star Wars, but isn’t it a movie franchise for children, too?  Even if Abrams and Disney think that homosexuality is a good idea, why should they expose prepubescent children to post … Continue reading

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Without Evangelicals, Where Would Trump Be?

Only when I considered the numbers below did I come to realize just how much a difference evangelicals are making for the candidacy of Donald Trump.  Evangelicals! Here are the results of the February 20, 2016 South Carolina Republican Presidential primary, … Continue reading

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Half of Churchgoers Are Trusting in the Sexual Revolution More Than in the Bible

A recent survey by the Barna Group (as discussed in the articles below) reveals that approximately half of American churchgoers seem to have accepted this tenet of the sexual revolution:  “As long as it’s between consenting adults, any kind of sex … Continue reading

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Conversations with your children about God

I have not read this book, but here’s what I can tell you: I first heard about the author Natasha Crain a few years ago when I read a couple of posts from her blog Christian Mom Thoughts.  I was favorably … Continue reading

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I am not a Republican; I just have to vote that way.

Let me add to what I said yesterday in the post No Salvation in the Ballot Box. I don’t consider myself a Republican. I just vote that way because their policies have been demonstrably better for the country (i.e. more supportive … Continue reading

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Diversity in Marriage

A marriage requires diversity: a man and a woman. Where were all the proponents of diversity when the government decided to remove it as a requirement of marriage?

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No Salvation in the Ballot Box

Christians will not find their salvation in the voting booth.  If we didn’t already know that, it’s become increasingly obvious in this presidential election campaign season. There are just too few Christians in America today to rally the troops to get … Continue reading

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Why are so many Christians biblically illiterate? | Fox News

The article to which I’m linking below was originally published on February 10th. Here’s an excerpt: The Bible in America is a massive industry ($2.5 billion) yet it is the best seller few read and fewer understand. The Bible has become … Continue reading

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The sexual revolution is rebellion against God and nature as He created it

Google defines the sexual revolution as “the liberalization of established social and moral attitudes toward sex, particularly that occurring in western countries during the 1960s, as the women’s liberation movement and developments in contraception instigated greater experimentation with sex, especially … Continue reading

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