Category Archives: Political Choices

Platt’s Radical View on the Church’s Selective View of Same-Sex Marriage

Baptist Press recently ran an excruciatingly convicting article titled “Platt: In ‘sex-crazed culture,’ Bible makes ‘no exceptions.’” These are some of the words offered by David Platt: Christians should grieve the Supreme Court’s decision to strike down the federal ban on same-sex marriage, … Continue reading

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…and All The King’s Men, Couldn’t Put America Back Together Again

I didn’t want him to think I was prying, or being nosy, or even insinuating something that it sounded an awful lot like I was, but I finally had to ask, “Is this what you really want to do with … Continue reading

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Yes Mr. Bill O’Reilly, We Do Thump Our Bibles

“The compelling argument is on the side of homosexuals.” “That’s where the compelling argument is. We’re Americans, we just want to be treated like everybody else.” “That is a compelling argument. And to deny that, you’ve got to have a very strong … Continue reading

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My Dog in the Revolution

Before someone takes something from my words that aren’t supposed to be there, allow me to assure you, I have no political dog in the fight. What is it I ramble of here? Political isles… reds and blues… Democrats, Republicans, … Continue reading

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Free for a Revolution?

Imagine what it must have been like to hear those words. “You’re free!” No, I don’t speak here of a recent parolee experiencing life outside of prison walls after many years. Although the picture appropriately applies a similar feeling I’m … Continue reading

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