No Obligation To Watch The World Series

    The closing segment of the 10/26/2014 episode of Fox News Sunday lamented the decline in the ratings of the World Series over the past few decades. A number on the panel yammered on about that being statistical evidence of Americans no longer being able to delay gratification. Where is it written anywhere that Americans are required to enjoy baseball? Is as much concern expressed on | Read More »

    Reflections Upon Ebola

    Thomas Friedan of the Centers For Disease Control remarked regarding the Texas nurse that contracted Ebola in the course of treating a patient with the plague that protocols were obviously violated. In other words, it is her own expletive fault. So does the government’s medical establishment enunciate the same flippant dismissiveness regarding those that contract sexually transmitted diseases? Eventually, Friedan did apologize for his remarks. | Read More »

    Is The Southern Baptist Missions President More Interested In Your Stuff Than Your Soul?

    There is no pleasing some theologians unless you word to the most exacting detail everything the way that they would. A Facebook meme attributed to Southern Baptist International Missions Board president David Platt is quoted as saying the following: “Accept him? Do we really think Jesus needs our acceptance? Don’t we need Him? Jesus is no longer one to be accepted or invited in but | Read More »

    Pastor Apparently Selective In What Pagan Practices He Condemns

    In a sermon titled “The Satanic Deception Of Halloween” posted at, Pastor James Cooley details the history of how black cats came to be connected with this autumnal celebration as the spirit familiars of witches and as a result of an alleged Druidic belief that cats were the reincarnated souls of evil people. To this, the podcaster interviewing Pastor Cooley remarked that he knew | Read More »

    Apparently Only Certain Deaths Worthy Of Nazarene Reflection

    A Maryland Nazarene Church has posted on its Facebook page photos of candles lit for those mourning Michael Brown and in support of the work to end racism. It might be one thing to light a candle on behalf of his memory as a human being. However, if he had not met his parting from this world in a manner that could be exploited to | Read More »

    Why Aren’t You Entitled To Know The Background Character Of A Potential Mate?

    A pastor remarked that, in a dating relationship, it is not your business if the person is a virgin. However, if a relationship begins to progress beyond the stages of merely going out casually, especially if the person claims to never have been married before, aren’t you entitled to know more about this aspect of an individual’s character? Why shouldn’t someone that has lived a | Read More »

    Analysts Rush To Defense Of NFL Player Accused Of Child Abuse

    Charles Barkley insists that the beating of children by athletes should be overlooked because that form of discipline is a “Southern Black thing”. Will he be suspended from his broadcasting duties like the correspondent that simply asked why Janay Rice would deliberately marry a known domestic abuser? Will Black media personalities insisting that the beating of their youth by parents is just the way things | Read More »

    Southern Baptist Missions President Applauds Family Neglect In God’s Name

    In a sermon titled “The Gospel Demands Sacrifice” posted at YouTube, President of the Southern Baptist International Missions Board Daniel Platt emphasized the Gospel requirement that our love for Christ should surpass even what we have for family. As an example, Pastor Platt praised John Bunyan who was tossed into prison for refusing to stop preaching when ordered to by Anglican authorities despite the hardship | Read More »

    Halloween Sermon Exposes Minister’s Desire For Religious Dictatorship

    In part one of a sermon series titled “Halloween: A Biblical Critique Of James Jordin & American Vision”, Brian Schwertly of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America did not argue against the autumnal celebration on the traditional grounds that the celebration was pagan per say. Rather he argued against it from the standpoint of the Reformed belief against the impropriety of man authorizing holy | Read More »

    Headline Potpourri #60

    Professed Communist Van Jones insists that unarmed Black males have been gunned down all summer long. No doubt primarily by other Black males. So if it is established that the police officer in the Missouri shooting was defending himself, does that mean Southern Baptist propagandist Russell Moore intend to recant his racial pandering and instead publish a blog column on the need to respect law | Read More »