I have for some time been putting off writing this article, but I find that I can be silent on this issue no longer. What is written here is meant mostly to carry the sting of rebuke to those of us who deem ourselves to be Christians, but yet who have allowed political and cultural life in America to become the cesspool that it is. Continue reading
FOREIGN POLICY: PART TWO
Before beginning, I’d like to thank my few but faithful readers for hanging in there during my bloglessness of the past few weeks. I was focusing on my first Easter as a senior pastor, and also working through a final critical edit of my book prior to publishing. Thanks for your patience!
In my previous article I outlined those stern and basic things that constitute a sound and Biblical approach to the idea of foreign policy. Such thinking is bound to irk those governmentalists who are now in charge of these matters Continue reading
FOREIGN POLICY: PART ONE
Today we begin a two-article series on bringing some sanity back into the foreign policy equation with a look at the two most basic and sacred functions of a sovereign government. In the second article we’ll deal with the objections such a remarkably simple plan will naturally engender from those long enslaved to the ideals of bad government.
The morass that is today’s idea of foreign policy is in need of some serious realignment. When we watch the current Administration and its State Department in action, almost nothing it does makes sense to a reasonable person Continue reading
The recent storm of controversy surrounding Rick Santorum’s stand on the issue of the existence of evil brings to light an excellent opportunity to discuss the role that faith should or should not play in government. With all of the hand-wringing and gnashing of teeth over this issue now taking place by the secularists and those of weak and nearly useless (liberal) faith, one would tend to think that by having merely mentioned Satan that Mr. Santorum was trying to impose a Christian version of the Islamic caliphate upon America Continue reading
Despite the fact that the idea of the separation of church and state exists nowhere within the U.S. Constitution, the social and political southpaws among us are the first to insist upon it in all aspects of society. Yet when it suits their goals, these same people are the first to use Scripture to try and justify their rampant social engineering Continue reading