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Category Archive: Politics

An Open Letter to Hillary Clinton

Dear Hillary, I wanted to write to encourage you to consider the possibility that you didn’t lose the election because you didn’t market yourself well enough. I believe that the media...

25 Questions

I’m voting for Donald Trump. I’m confident that the platform he’s running on (which has won him no points with either RINO’s or Progressives) is substantially inclined in the...

Why I Will Vote for Donald Trump

I’ve never been as intrigued with an election, nor so resolved to be better educated when it comes to current events than I am this election cycle. During the last six weeks, I resolved to...

The God Delusion vs The God Conclusion | Part One – FIT

There are three kinds of “data.” “Facts” “Facts” are accurate statements. Think of them as headlines. For example: Headline #1: Jesus Rises From the Grave Headline...

Disruption in Class

I used this particular video clip this past Sunday morning as part of the 8th grade boys Sunday School class that I teach. The topic was how social media isn’t always a good thing in the way it...

Islam, Syrian Refugees and How to Love Your Enemy

“Pure Christianity” is never exercised in the absence of wisdom (Prov 9:10; Jas 1:5). Dressing up whatever policy or conviction you in the guise of “compassion” or...

American Concrete

When it comes to the topic of our nation’s Christian heritage, you have two main schools of thought: The liberal mindset that insists our forefathers viewed religion as something to be...

Sanctified Violence

I) Introduction Alvin York was awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroism during the battle during the battle of Chatel-Chehery on October 8, 1918. Initally he hesitated when he received word that he...

Muscular Politics

Not too long ago, I made it a goal to read a book about every personality featured on US Currency. Starting with Washington, here’s what I’ve been able to accomplish thus far: George...

It’s Not About Injustice

I) Intro The pro-homosexual platform often cites “injustice” as the moniker that best describes their plight. But it’s not a question of justice, rather it’s a matter of...