A wave of liberal rage has marked the last 11 months since the rise and subsequent election of President Donald Trump. What you’ll find if you click that link is, without a doubt, shocking. I had a conversation yesterday with… Read More ›
I am going on vacation in a few days so from now until mid June, I’m going to just put up some quick posts and links… From a source many of this blog’s readers would probably never believe I read,… Read More ›
I am a little late weighing in on this shocking news but, better late than never, I guess [emphasis added]. A profile of the vice president’s wife in the Washington Post reveals the couple adheres to strict rules to preserve… Read More ›
The title says it all. Religion is not something author Christopher Hitchens finds merely unhelpful, unpleasant, or out of place within his own life. Rather, religion is a poison . . .
I stand amazed at the American political system. In the bizarre, 2016 Trump/Clinton election it would appear that the people have spoken in ways that few predicted. Even though, as always, the voters are split nearly 50/50. If you are… Read More ›
I was sitting in a dentist office waiting room this afternoon while one of my daughters was getting a semiannual check-up and, get this, skimming through election news I have been trying to avoid. Wow! Anyway. The sinful “I am… Read More ›
Eternal security. Predestination. Speaking in tongues. Donald Trump.
So goes the list of things that cut a hostile, fiery divide between Christians. With the 2016 Presidential Election fast approaching, American evangelicals are facing a moral dilemma unlike anything we’ve seen in a long time: what on earth do we do with Donald Trump?