I watched five minutes of the hearings. That was four minutes and thirty-seconds too much. Oh. My. Gosh. Shame. Regardless
I object to the falsehood that Christianity lines up with nationalistic, jingoistic, inflammatory propaganda – and I object to the idea that opposing the president on moral grounds makes a person anti-Christian, anti-freedom, and/or anti-America.
I guess we can love on our legislators… or maybe we could shove them down a steeper flight of stairs? Or better yet we can send them all home and get a new set. But this time lets make sure they’re at least capable of learning.
All the noise on the Internet today is about the president’s State of the Union speech Tuesday evening. Everyone seems so worried, so concerned, so anxious either for or against the ideas put forth by one party or the other
Any exchange that comes from an “I’m right, you’re wrong” mentality is destined to journey away from truth. When dialogue is replaced by diatribe, discourse will inevitably devolve.
Do we trust God… or do we believe we’re the ones with all the answers? Really? Are we seriously confident that we have things figured out that well? Are we that close to world peace, political detente, and domestic nirvana – so close that we don’t need to trust God? So… how exactly has that been working for us?
You were taught to put away your former way of life, your old self, corrupt and deluded by its lusts,
The unfolding of your words gives light; it gives understanding to the simple. – Psalm 119:130 Sometimes I wonder if