A Thought Experiment in Alternate Reality

Thought Experiement The Year:           Late September 2018 The Situation:  President Hillary Clinton, has already replaced disceased Supreme Court Justice Scalia with Merrick Garland. That appointment has shifted the balance of the court from a 5-4 conservative majority to a 5-4 liberal majority. When Justic Kennedy retires, the nation knows that the … More A Thought Experiment in Alternate Reality

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Quotes Not to Miss

This from John Nolte’s review of the new movie, A Wrinkle in Time: “Moreover, to remove Christianity from the movie, most especially when it is so integral to the original story, is not an act of inclusiveness, but rather another bigoted and hostile act from an increasingly provincial and small-minded entertainment industry.” That sentence, which ends the … More Quotes Not to Miss

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How to Learn the Difference Between Truth and Posturing

Friday is for Thinking Late September 1974, Fall Semester at the University of Maryland. Bob Avellini graduated the year before to become a quarterback with the Chicago Bears. On Campus, the names Lefty Driessel coach of the basketball team, John Lucas, Len Elmore, Steve McMillian, and Brad Davis are near legendary even though they are … More How to Learn the Difference Between Truth and Posturing

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“One Generation Shall Praise You to the Next”

The following article is from Kairos Journal. Let’s be a generation that does this well. Passing the Torch of Truth – C. S. Lewis (1898-1963) Respected scholar and author, C. S. Lewis taught at Oxford for 29 years and later held the Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Literature at Cambridge until his death. Guided by a Christian … More “One Generation Shall Praise You to the Next”

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Truth Lovers: What Our Churches Need

Thursday is for Discipleship Unfortunately, I know too many pastors and too many church leaders and too many believers in Christ who don’t love the truth. They love their opinions. They love their traditions. They cherish their habits and prejudices. They are comfortable with their preferences. They hold with tenacity their own patterns and behaviors. … More Truth Lovers: What Our Churches Need

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