Weekend Reading The following is an excerpt from a portion of chapter 15 from my 2012 book, Picking a President or Any Other Elected Official. I am working on a revision for my new publisher (a Zondervan affiliate). If you would, please keep me in your prayers. Also, if you have a good idea for … More Anger Does Not Give Birth to Wisdom
A Day Off Musing I posted a version of this on my FaceBook™ page and thought I would bring it over here for good measure. Part of my motivation is fueled by frustration. Some of my conservative friends think that conservatism is always right. They don’t listen to anyone who isn’t “conservative.” Some of my … More To My Liberal and Conservative Friends
Weekend Links So much nonsense in the world! So much. There once was a time when a right-wing newscaster or a left-wing newscaster could at least be trusted to present facts. They might have different interpretations of the facts but it was facts that both were trying to deal with. Today, people on the right … More The Nonsensical World of Public Policy and Better Ministry in Light of It.
Updated and reposted 4/17/13 The following is from Kairos Journal. Two of the examples are from Australia and England but don’t let that fool you. These issues are on the doorstep of our own politically correct culture. Just heard today that New Zealand became the thirteenth country to legalize same-sex marriage. My friend Justin Kuek … More Drifting Toward Insanity, Tyranny, and Destruction: The USA
Weekend Links This weeks links are fewer. (I have too many deadlines to accomplish much outside reading.) Enjoy your Thanksgiving weekend. I hope your team wins, your family’s love, your neighbors know your compassion, and your heart is centered in the King who is coming again to judge the living and the dead. As always, … More Liberals, Conservatives, Greens, Ann Coulter, Walter Williams, Ricky Gervais, and Theology