Gay Marriage:Entanglement Of Church, Politics & Business

I was fortunate to have been a young adult during the civil rights and women’s equality periods.  It was exciting to read about them and experience first hand some aspects of those changes. Though I’m not gay, the gay rights experience has been even more exciting to me personally. The issue has so many intersections with religion and politics, and to…
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There Are Never Enough Books About Hell

Some readers may be interested in reading a lengthy interview with author, Edward Fudge, at  ChristianPost.com. With my limited interest in hell, I find it incredible someone like Fudge could have spent his life studying it. Apparently, there are numerous other people who have spent their careers studying it as well. That someone like Fudge would make to…
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Are Moral Values Declining?

All of my life, I’ve heard that moral values are headed south.   Not only have they been declining, it has been said, they are on the cusp of total decadence. It reminds me of driving to Central America with my wife years ago.  We were on the backroads.  We would ask people about the conditions and safety…
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Hearing From God About The Judeo-Christian Thing.

Albert Mohler  Jr. wrote that the wayward and flawed Anthony Weiner he should accept Jesus Christ.  Weiner is a Jew. Albert Mohler is President of the Southern Baptist Seminary.  His view reflects that of the Southern Baptist Convention.  In fact, in 1980, the Chair of the Southern Baptist Comvention said, “God Almighty does not hear the prayer of…
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Here Is One Thing I Know About Politics

The Bible is full of stories.   Today, our take on the stories probably is different than the authors intended.  Stories work that way–people take away different things.  That’s why they work so well. Politics is about story telling as well.  Watch as the next presidential candidates step forward.  You will see, while they say things about policy, a large…
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