Category Archives: in and out of the News

Bruce and Barronelle

So, Bruce Springsteen declines to give a concert for people with whom he conscientiously disagrees on a matter of principle important to him and he is praised, while Barronelle Stutzman declines to provide flowers for people with whom she conscientiously … Continue reading

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The Insanity of the Secular Mind

Contrast, if you will, two different perspectives on the recent “bathroom bill” passed by the North Carolina legislature (“HB2”). The first is from North Carolina governor Pat McCrory, as seen and heard in this video clip (4 min, 8 sec): … Continue reading

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How and Why the Conservative Media Sold Its Soul To Facilitate Trump’s Nomination | Mediaite

This article is only for those who would like more background on the alternative (i.e. conservative) media’s role in the rise of Donald Trump about which Christian blogger Matt Walsh recently wrote (Matt Walsh on Leaders Who Disappoint).  For anyone else, … Continue reading

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Matt Walsh on Leaders Who Disappoint

In the article linked below Matt Walsh gives us ample reason to remember that the only person who will not ultimately disappoint us is the Lord Jesus Himself.  He is the only one who never changes: Jesus Christ is the same … Continue reading

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The State of Religious Liberty in America

The video below was recorded Thursday, February 25, 2016 at Opryland in Nashville, Tennessee.  It was one of the sessions held at the annual convention of the National Religious Broadcasters, this year called Proclaim 16. Although I was familiar with most of … Continue reading

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Did you know that God does not require us to have an opinion on everything?

It’s a very liberating thought.

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Is Capitalism or Socialism More Conducive to Christian Virtue?

Watch this video and take the measure of the Supreme Court justice we just lost:  Antonin Scalia. Given how the 2016 presidential election process is unfolding, Scalia’s insights are even more relevant than when he delivered them two and a half years … Continue reading

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German Refugee Camps Prove Dangerous for Christians

An asylum is supposed to be a place of protection.  Yet Muslim migrants are threatening Christian migrants in German asylum centers.  Here’s an excerpt of the article:  It appears that little progress is being made in protecting the Christians, as … Continue reading

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More on the Museum of the Bible

Here’s more on the Museum of the Bible being built in Washington, D.C., and about which I posted yesterday. Families have always made trips to Washington in order to learn more about our country and its history.  How wonderful and … Continue reading

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Recognizing What We’re Up Against

Secular ethics have displaced Judeo-Christian ethics as the dominant cultural view in America.  We need to face this reality.  It is not a pretty picture. This first video clip (2:52) is taken from the Q&A section of a lecture by … Continue reading

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