How Many Political Candidates Would Pass these Standards?

Tuesday is for Thinking I’m generally a positive and hopeful person, except when it comes to politics. Then I become a cynic. The political season is tuning up its machinery to once again pull the wool over the eyes of America. Both the major political parties are well oiled machines at saying one thing and … More How Many Political Candidates Would Pass these Standards?

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Overheard Wisdom

“I always liked the statement by William F. Buckley, ‘I’d rather be goverened by the first hundred names in the telephone directory than a hundred faculty from Harvard.’ In other words, the common person has better common sense than the faculty of Harvard.” My youngest daughter would love this quote. She is a good “common … More Overheard Wisdom

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That Christ and the Gospel, Not Elections, Would Be the Center of Our Joy

[So whether your candidate won or loss in the last election, don’t forget that the number one job of the Christian is to know God and make Him known. Job one for all of us who claim Christ as our Savior, the thing that is “of first importance” (1 Corinthians 15:1-4), is the preaching of the … More That Christ and the Gospel, Not Elections, Would Be the Center of Our Joy

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Single Christians and Sex; Muslims Turning to Christ; Ross Douthat; Eric Metaxes; Fascist Government; and Worship Ministry

Weekend Links When the people of God cease to pursue holiness or begin to justify their unrighteousness, all the testimony of Scripture in both Testaments is that God’s judgment is mounting the horizon. Such is the growing body of evidence and the first link below is one of “the canary’s in the mine” indicators. Ironic … More Single Christians and Sex; Muslims Turning to Christ; Ross Douthat; Eric Metaxes; Fascist Government; and Worship Ministry

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