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Category Archive: Discipleship, Politics

Joy to the World and Yankee Doodle?

Here’s a nice way to kick off a Sunday morning: “This is a Christian nation, first in name, and secondly because of the many and mighty elements of a pure Christianity which have given it...

Jerusalem 2017

President Trump made a campaign promise to move the American Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Given the way the militant Muslims have reacted as well as the manner in which the media...

Advantage

If you click on the image to the right, you’ll be treated to a video where a number of people are told that they’re about to embark on a race. The prize is a $100.00 bill. Before the race...

Trump’s Lies

The New York Times is one of several news sources that have been almost entirely negative when it comes to President Donald Trump. Like many liberal leaning media outlets, during the campaign, they...

The Black Robe Regiment

The question on the table is: “Does being a patriot equate to being a Christian and vice versa?” Let’s start by asking that question. The answer is, “No!” My definition...

When does Statistical Economic Disparity NOT Indicate Racism?

Freedom left unchecked by that which is moral results in a scenario where you’re no longer asking if it’s “right,” you’re now just asking, “Is it...

A Racist Piece of Cloth

Shannon Sharpe is a sports commentator who, at one point, was a professional football player for the Denver Broncos. He recently went on a bit of rant concerning the way in which much of the NFL is...

The Real Contest

Before moving to the United States in 1984, Os was a freelance reporter with the BBC. Since then he has been a Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, a Guest Scholar...

Hate Speech

Hate Speech That’s something you hear a lot these days and unless you’re prepared to quickly dismantle that tactic, it can absorb a lot of time and emotional energy and the real issue gets...

How Do You Refute an Argument Based on Facts?

It can catch you off balance when you hear something that you know to be wrong, yet because of the way it’s articulated in the context of facts and statistics, you’re not able to refute...