“Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.” –Jesus In a highly partisan and emotionally charged atmosphere, Christine Blaséy Ford appeared before the House Judiciary Committee on September 27, 2018, to testify against Judge Brett Kavanaugh. She was there because of the seriousness of her thirty six year old allegations. Dr. Ford was… Continue reading Judging Christine Blaséy Ford Righteously
The Foolishness of the Galatians AN EXPOSITION OF GALATIANS 3:1-2 The First Question Who Has Bewitched You? A useful form of teaching is to ask a question. When properly used, a question can be very effective as it provokes insight, demands discernment, and invites a comment. When used improperly a question can be harmful and… Continue reading Christians Who Are Bewitched
AN EXPOSITION OF Psalm 51:1-6 There are seven penitential Psalms, but this seems to be the most memorable of the seven for it is associated with all the events involving David’s inappropriate relationship with Bathsheba. The tragic story is faithfully recorded in 2 Samuel 11:1-12:25. The seven penitential psalms are expressive of deep sorrow for… Continue reading A Psalm of Authentic Sorrow for Sin
Make America Want Again The story of David’s fight with Goliath is a favorite story in Biblical history because it was a difficult time in Israel. The nation was being ruled by an unstable monarch who was not making wise decisions, and had personally turned from obeying the word of God. The domestic turmoil was… Continue reading My Three Minute Speech If I Could Address the Republican National Convention
Writing for the Associate Press, Nicole Winfield posted a report in which Pope Francis says gay, and others, marginalized by the church, deserve an apology. As a conservative, non-Catholic, Christian, I do not value or support the liberal policies of the reigning Pontiff. Unlike his predecessors, Francis has strayed, not only from Catholic orthodoxy, but… Continue reading Do Christians Owe Homosexuals an Apology?
“Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (John 14:6). Jesus was going away. His disciples did not fully understand that. Certainly, they did not want Jesus to leave them. Nevertheless, Jesus was going away. On the night before His death,… Continue reading I Am the Way, the Truth, and the Life
Secular Humanist once had a question they wanted answered among themselves. “If there is no God, why are so many people around the world religious?” They concluded that the answer was a psychology need to invent God, because the alternative to nihilism was too frightening. Life must have meaning, definition, and purpose. Christians have a… Continue reading A Question for Atheists