1918 Lessons for 2021

On the eve of the inauguration of our new president, a reflection: The First World War had not gone well for the Allies. Faced with unpreparedness for war, general incompetence, flawed strategies and both political and military infighting, the carnage and waste of human lives was revolting and depressing. One thing had gone well. The … More 1918 Lessons for 2021

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When Leaders Value Differing Voices

I have been plodding through William Manchester’s epic biography of Winston Churchill. Last night I found a number of episodes in Churchill’s life that are COMPLETELY out of step with our cultural moment. Each page that I read showed the superiority of Churchill’s worldview (with all of his personal flaws) over the current politically correct, … More When Leaders Value Differing Voices

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Saturday Afternoon Musings: Christian Civivilization

I read. A lot. I read a diverse perspective of sources, left, right, anarchist, biblical, political, cultural, artistic. I read because I want to understand, I want to grow and I want to learn. This week I ran across an intriguing quote/story in one of those sources that is often, to me, obtuse and needlessly … More Saturday Afternoon Musings: Christian Civivilization

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Sunday Chuckle: Because Sometimes Laughter is the Best Medicine

Sunday Musings My friend Bill Bauer sent me this list in an email. I needed to laugh and I loved it. Sometimes, its okay to be a little silly and tickle yourself with a bit of humor and perspective. Enjoy Paraprosdokians are figures of speech in which the latter part of a sentence or phrase … More Sunday Chuckle: Because Sometimes Laughter is the Best Medicine

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Al Mohler on the Eclipse of Religious Liberty

The following article appeared in Kairos Journal and at AlbertMohler.com The Gathering Storm: The Eclipse of Religious Liberty and the Threat of a New Dark Age MONDAY • May 18, 2015 Remarks Delivered Friday, May 15,  2015: Mister Attorney General, Mr. Sears, and distinguished guests, it is a great honor to accept the Edwin Meese … More Al Mohler on the Eclipse of Religious Liberty

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