Category Archives: Current Issues

Why do American Secularists Fight Christianity but Embrace Islam?

You would think that the secularists in America would resist Islam as much as they do Christianity since secularism is opposed to religious values having currency in the public square…and both Islam and Christianity are religions.  Nevertheless, it’s far easier … Continue reading

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When Is the News Not News?

If all the information I had about the U.S. president was what I read and heard from our nation’s major media outlets in the last six months, I would think that our former president could do no wrong and that … Continue reading

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The Women’s March

I’ve been reflecting on the “women’s march,” held Saturday primarily in Washington D.C., but in other cities as well.  It’s not so much that I’ve chosen to reflect on this march; it’s just that the sights and sounds of it won’t … Continue reading

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God Is Displeased with Us

When I say “God is displeased with us,” the “us” refers to Americans. Because of its Christianity, God made America great.  And because of its rejection of Christianity – that is, its rejection of the truth – He is bringing … Continue reading

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The Bittersweet Thought of a Museum of the Bible

The Museum of the Bible in Washington D. C. is scheduled to open its doors about a year from now.  Until then, construction continues on the 430,000 square-foot building that sits just three blocks south of the U.S. Capitol building.  It … Continue reading

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I Hate Halloween

I hate Halloween, but Jesus is the only “safe space” I need. He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. –  Psalm 91:1 KJV O Lord my God, in … Continue reading

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Caligula A or Caligula B?

Let’s say that you and I are Christians living in the ancient Roman Empire.  Let’s further imagine that voting was allowed for the position of emperor and there are only two candidates who have a chance of capturing enough votes to win … Continue reading

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A Baby’s Heart Starts Beating Within Three Weeks of Conception – UK Study

Key quote: The first tick of a baby’s heart happens as early as 16 days after conception, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Oxford. Sources: RT.com (UK) DailyMail.com (UK) Breitbart.com (US) If the US Supreme Court of the … Continue reading

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I Wonder Who the Babies Would Vote For?

Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th – just over a month away.  Here’s a comparison of where the two major candidates stand on the issues, produced by a Christian organization that studies the publicly-available information: Faith and Freedom Coalition 2016 Voter Guide … Continue reading

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Here’s how the anti-discrimation scam works

Excerpt: An LGBTQ advocacy group has sent a letter to the commissioner of the Big 12 urging the conference to remove BYU from consideration for membership because it says the school has discriminatory policies. Source: LGBT groups urge Big 12 … Continue reading

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