Category Archives: Politics

Mark of the Beast

It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which … Continue reading

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Am I my brother’s keeper?

  (this was written almost a year ago.  It’s hard to believe it’s been that long, but these same conversations [and cases] keep coming up and I feel it’s finally time to discuss it.  At the time of its original … Continue reading

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Before you post that anti-cop meme…

  Last night, a police officer shot a man who tried to shoplift an AR-15 assault rifle from a local sporting store.  Naturally, people sitting comfortably on living room couches and workplace desk chairs everywhere are giving their opinions on … Continue reading

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Addendum to “Welfare not based on Christian values”

When I wrote the post yesterday about welfare and other government programs, it was a pretty off-the-cuff emotional vent about some things I’ve been thinking a lot about lately and it occurred to me today that in my ranting I … Continue reading

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Welfare is NOT based on Christian values

Welfare is based on Christian values?  Really?  Being forced to provide for the needs of others is love?  Stealing (yes, I used the word STEALING) from the so-called rich in order to give to the so-called poor is somehow considered … Continue reading

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Sunday Linkage

Letter from Christian Guys Christian young men write about their perspective on feminine modesty. A Modesty Survey A survey taken by Christian men… Anything you’ve ever wanted to know about what men REALLY think about the way women dress. Something … Continue reading

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Inviting God Into America

I found this over at Aspiring to Simplicity and I couldn’t agree more!  It was written by Bob Hartley at IHOP.  I don’t know anything about him or his ministry, but I wholeheartedly agree with his message here.  All emphasis … Continue reading

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