Dear Pat Robertson, You’re Not Helping
According to the atheists and secularists out there, almost all of who happen to be Liberals, the conservatives of today are religious fanatics following a quasi-medieval theology. In their eyes, we “Christianists” are as much a threat to society as the radical Muslims are (in fact, to some the “Christianists” are an even greater threat). This is why people like Rev. Pat Robertson do us | Read More »
I Denounce Pat Robertson
In addition to your prayers, if at all possible, give ’til it hurts, then keep giving until it starts feeling good again.
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Hume Profession of Faith Follow-Up
As a quick follow-up to the post from yesterday, a friend emailed me a link to a DC radio show in which Brit Hume further explains his “controversial” statement. That is all. http://www.wtopnews.com/?sid=1856307&nid=93
Brit Hume and Public Profession of Faith
We conservatives spend a lot of time – on this website and elsewhere – fighting for freedom and limited government. We do so because we believe ourselves to be right –confident that if government will simply get out of the way, free men will prosper. We therefore will not sit idly by while the world succumbs to tyranny and statism, and instead, we will do | Read More »
A “Mere” Seed of Hope and Renewal in the Pioneer Valley; The C.S. Lewis College
This is a picture of the Northfield Mount Hermon School campus in Northfield, Massachusetts: Beautiful, isn’t it. Amidst New England’s many colleges and universities, there is a plethora of a prestigious preparatory schools like Mount Hermon. For some time, the future of this pristine campus had been unknown. It had become too expensive for the school to maintain. Now, it is being reported that the | Read More »
BBC nearly screens ballet of nun-raping Pope.
Even the BBC appears to have limits. I was appalled this evening to read that the British publicly supported broadcast system had planned to screen ballet of a hunchbacked Pope who rapes both nuns and eunichs. The BBC has abandoned plans to screen a ballet featuring a deformed Pope who rapes nuns that it had announced as one of the highlights of its Christmas schedule. | Read More »
Was Jesus A Socialist?
There is a charge among some left-leaning professed Christians that conservative social policies neglect Christ’s commission to minister to the poor. Does the parable of the sheep and the goats in Matthew 25 imply Christians should petition their government to enforce “redistributive justice?” Jack Clark thinks so. We excerpt Clark’s podcast, Blast the Right, and consider his “equivalent alternative solutions challenge;” it is fine to | Read More »
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Liberty Derived From Our Maker–Bought At The Expense of Their Ease, Their Estates, Their Pleasure, And Their Blood
While I was not a Radical Son as David Horowitz was, I went to high school and college with the radicals of the 60sand 70s. I know these people. I also became a Christian in college in the midst of this uproar and that chaotic period was my learning ground for debate and apologetics as I witnessed for my faith and gave my perspective in | Read More »
In Defense of Christianity, of America
Now, many of you who view the above video and read this blog entry may be familiar with Choson Ninja, the Youtube ninja instructor. Some of you may even be away of the danger he presents within the martial arts community. All of you, I’m sure, having read this far, are wondering why I am even bringing him up. As I am sure you know, | Read More »
NH Judge orders homeschooled Christain girl into public school.
Crossposted from The Fallen World. The Alliance Defense Fund has reported that Judge Lucinda V. Sadler has ordered a 10 year old girl into public school. The order can be found here. One would think the underlying reason is of course that the mother is not providing a proper education causing the child to fall behind other children in her age group. Apparently that is | Read More »
Britain is Not a Christian Country
Gordon Brown is rather deluded if he thinks we in Britain live in a Christian country. Sure, much of what is good about this country is due to the Protestant religion, but the same could be said about Canada, Sweden, Australia, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Iceland, New Zealand, Finland, Estonia and the USA. Certainly, most of the things Gordon Brown has had in his life, such | Read More »
Jaded, World-Weary Cynicism and “Authentic” Christianity
When I was a little younger and a little less mature (read: before marriage and kids), I spent a lot of time reading high-toned, fancy classical literature, smoking my Camel cigarettes and drinking like a fish and discussing “worldly” secular philosophy with like-minded friends like someone who actually knew what they were talking about. I didn’t, of course, but that wasn’t the point. I affected | Read More »
The sad state of the church in America.
Corssposted from The Fallen World. I ran across this newsweek article and after some head shaking, I broken heartedly have to agree with the author. Although I am not a Catholic (I am a non denominational Christian), I have seen this trend throughout evangelical churches as well. We have opted for the feel-good social justice approach while ignoring the root principles of Christianity. Namely that | Read More »
IRS stifling pro-life speech
I came across this today. It appears that the IRS is now in the business of defending (Un)Planned Parenthood. From the news story; “the IRS stated that it would not grant tax exemption until the Coalition swore to limit its “picketing” and “protesting” of Planned Parenthood.” Is this for real? Is the IRS now using the full might of the US to quash free speech? | Read More »
NYTimes Sneering at Christianity, Patriotism
It seems that on July fourth, The New York Times saw fit to smirk at both American patriotism and Christianity. A recent Times article about the erection of a giant, though strategically altered, replica of the Statue of Liberty by a showman of a Memphis pastor presented a perfect example of the ridicule and disdain with which the Times views Christianity and American patriotism, both. | Read More »