The recent comments emanating from the two-headed monster leading Iran (the Ayatollah Khamenei and President Ahmadinejad) regarding Israel must not go unanswered either by the West or by Christianity. The good Ayatollah considers Israel to be a cancerous tumor, while Ahmadinejad has been openly calling for Israel’s destruction for years, and has recently declared that to confront Israel is to protect the dignity of all human beings. I strenuously disagree with such idiocy. Continue reading
Month: August 2012
Straight Talk on Homosexuality
The Chick-fil-A drama of the past month pointed out the necessity for us to be able to speak clearly on the subject of homosexuality and Christianity. Among other things, this drama showed us that there is a great need among Christians for this issue to be framed through Biblical thought, as homosexuality and Christianity cannot occupy the same space at the same time. This means that we need to be clear and unambiguous as we stake out our ground. Everyone needs to know where everyone else stands. Continue reading
How Could You, God?
Tragic incidents such as the recent Aurora, Colorado theater massacre always bring with them a mountain of difficult theological questions, such as Why would God allow this? or Why didn’t God stop this? All such questions are certainly legitimate and must eventually be answered, but it is seldom the appropriate time or place to do so when the tragedy itself is still fresh and raw. Continue reading