Category Archives: Religion

Saved

My response to:  Can Trump’s Cabinet Save Him from Himself? by Ruth Marcus https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/can-trumps-cabinet-save-him-from-himself/2017/01/13/d5bdb7b8-d9bc-11e6-9a36-1d296534b31e_story.html Why is Ruth writing in Evangelical shibboleths, “saved”? Does she want to become his disciple too?

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Seven Deadly Sins

My response to: Donald Trumps Astounding Victory: How and Why by Michael Baron http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2016/11/11/donald_trumps_astounding_victory_how_and_why_132320.html Correct, “It would be a mistake also to suppose that Trump’s Electoral College victory means that Democrats are doomed to defeat because they lost their hold … Continue reading

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Mayflower II

My response to: The Law is Dying because Morality Is Dying By Trevor Thomas http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/07/the_law_is_dying_because_morality_is_dying.html “Americans must simply decide by whose morality we wished to be governed.” Unfortunately, the governing institutions have already decided for us. Whether there is will … Continue reading

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Parseltounges

My response to: Trump’s nomination would rip the heart out of the Republican Party By Michael Gerson https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/trumps-nomination-would-rip-the-heart-out-of-the-republican-party/2016/01/07/c9cb3f08-b49b-11e5-a842-0feb51d1d124_story.html What terrible accusations, from a former follower from the party of Lincoln, i.e. Cruz is a fascist and Trump is a demagogue. … Continue reading

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What though nations rage

My response to: Contending with texts By Bill Leonard https://baptistnews.com/opinion/columns/item/30793-contending-with-texts I’m not sure why you believe Malcolm, Ochs and Lilla are relevant when contending with sacred texts. You’ve painted a picture of insecurity, instability and a far away God. Wendell … Continue reading

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Faith Waivers

My response to: Influential Christian College Withdraws from the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities By Chris Queen https://pjmedia.com/faith/2015/12/19/influential-christian-college-withdraws-from-the-council-for-christian-colleges-universities Scripture is clear about God’s concern over sexual matters. If you lose the Scriptures, you lose the Faith.

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Post modern Puritans?

My response to: So You Say You Hate the Puritans By Jeremy Egerer http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2015/04/so_you_say_you_hate_the_puritans_comments.html I did not like this article. Puritans were a devout Christian sect that decided to leave their own country amid severe religious persecution. Many Puritans died … Continue reading

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Gold Standard

My response to: The Return Of Traditional Values by Victor Davis Hanson http://www.hoover.org/research/return-traditional-values Into the milieu that Dr. Hanson delves, must be added the abandonment, by the left, of the rule of law. This progressive culture rot began with attacks … Continue reading

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Sputter, Spit and Spew

My response to; Ted Cruz May Want the Evangelical Vote. But Evangelicals Don’t Want Ted Cruz by Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig http://www.newrepublic.com/article/121352/ted-cruz-courts-evangelical-vote It’s nice, for a change, to have some Republicans court the Evangelical vote. Democrats long ago replaced Israel’s God … Continue reading

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Obama, Crusades, Islam and Sharia

Obama’s recent comments concerning the Crusades has provoked me to study more on Islam and the Crusades. My research is also covering Sharia law. The resources are plentiful, the time is limited. More latter.

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Mozilla Firefox and Pairage

Forcing CEO Brendan Eich to resign from Mozzilla because he gave $1,000 to Proposition 8 (which passed) in November 2008 is criminal.  Conservatives better stop this firing nonsense now. Our site has add java script to notify all Mozilla Firefox users … Continue reading

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Puissant Meat-ax

My response to: The New Black List by John O’Sullivan http://nationalreview.com/article/367007/new-blacklist-john-osullivan Advance Publications, Inc. owns GQ.  AETN is a joint venture between Hearst Corporation and The Walt Disney Company. These big boys are the MSM. GLAAD homologized Disney long ago. … Continue reading

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Persia Perilous Poking

My response to: Talked Out by Mark Steyn http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/365176/talked-out-mark-steyn I call it, Persia perilous poking. God will take care of Israel even if the nations abandon her.

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It is Written

My response to: Why We Will Never Win the Argument Against Gay Marriage by Quoting the Bible Against evil, Jesus quoted Scripture.  While it is true, a non-believer or a black robed judge, might not care what Scripture says, nevertheless … Continue reading

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Lutherans Crash and Burn

Evangelical Lutheran Church elects first openly gay bishop http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-lutheran-first-openly-gay-bishop-20130531,0,7261828.story Hat Tip http://www.realclearreligion.org/ Christian doctrine, faith and practice comes from Scripture.  Scripture teaches the price that Jesus paid was adequate for all mankind.  However Scripture also teaches, over and over again: 9 Or … Continue reading

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scan·dal·ous

Adjective Causing general public outrage by a perceived offense against morality or law: “a series of scandalous liaisons”. (of a state of affairs) Disgracefully bad, typically as a result of someone’s negligence or irresponsibility The current administration in Washington seems … Continue reading

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