Hobby Lobby case shows liberals can be as ideologically intolerant as conservatives

August 7, 2014

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Reactions to the recent Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision that affirmed the right of closely held corporations to refuse to offer abortion and birth control services to their employees because of the religious convictions of the owners, were very revealing. Unsurprisingly conservatives hailed the decision as a victory for religious freedom. On the left, however, […]

Do recent anti-immigration protests reflect God’s heart?

August 1, 2014

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This post is not about the politics of immigration policy. But it is about some of the protests that have taken place over the past several weeks against the huge influx of children who have crossed our borders seeking asylum. The pictures we have seen on TV are, to my mind, absolutely appalling. Men and […]

The NBA is right to force Donald Sterling to relinquish his team ownership

May 15, 2014

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I just read an online article that defended Donald Sterling’s right to continue as the owner of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers basketball team after his racist rant against African Americans was made public. The author presented it as a free speech issue. “[T]he last time I checked this is still a ‘free country’, where […]

8-year-old girl who dresses like a boy is kicked out of Christian School

March 26, 2014

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Sunnie Kahle is an 8-year-old girl. But in the eyes of the staff at Timberlake Christian Schools, she dressed and acted more like a boy. After consulting by phone with Sunnie’s grandparents (her grandmom is her guardian), administrators at the school felt they had to take action, and sent the grandmother the following letter.  Dear […]

The Gospel smashes through prejudice!

February 20, 2014

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In July of 2012, Charles and Te’Andrea Wilson had planned to be married in the church they attended, First Baptist Church of Crystal Springs, Mississippi. All the arrangements had been made, the invitations for the wedding sent out, and Pastor Stan Weatherford was ready to perform the ceremony. Then some members of the congregation who […]

It’s not the politicians, it’s us

February 4, 2014

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I just saw an article by a blogger in which he expressed his disgust at the political cheaters who seem to infest Washington and state capitals these days. My perspective is a little different. I don’t blame the politicians. They are what they are because we, who elect them, are what we are. In a […]

Richard Sherman’s unsportsmanlike behavior is unacceptable

January 30, 2014

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The man of the hour as the Superbowl approaches has been Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. He’s been all over TV, talked about and interviewed over and over. He’s probably gotten almost as much attention as future Hall of Famer, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. For an obscure defensive player that I, for one, don’t […]

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