An Evangelical’s Response to Senator McCain Regarding Immigration

Dear Senator McCain

Last week you appealed to us Evangelicals in your need to garner support for the (supposed) immigration reform bill passed yesterday by your Senate with the help of your smiling vote.  This is my response to your request for aid from us. Continue reading

The Political Date Rape of Christianity

Spiking the WineBecause offering an alternative to the failed two-party system we see utterly destroying our constitutional republic is too deep an issue for blogging to handle alone, I have thus far resisted the near-necessity of encouraging Christians to abandon this system.  But now that my book (UNGOD: Unmasking the Dark Image of Hell) is available and outlines for us the Divine blueprint for appropriate human government, I shall hold off no longer. Continue reading

The Reelection of Barack Obama: One Pastor’s Perspective

There are times when any good shepherd recognizes that the need to comfort his flock outweighs all other concerns, and this seems to me to be one of those times.  This past week has found me dealing with a deep and foreboding sense of loss among a shocked Christian populace far beyond that which I’ve ever seen before in the wake of any election, forcing me to realize that something truly profound had occurred last Tuesday.  And so yesterday I took some time away from our normal Sunday morning study through Genesis, choosing instead to lend a shepherd’s focus upon the reelection of Barack Obama as President of the United States. Continue reading

Should a Christian Vote for Mitt Romney?

Due to the nomination of Mitt Romney as the Republican candidate for the Presidency, I’ve been asked many times in the past couple of months whether or not it’s appropriate for a Christian to vote for a Mormon as President of the United States.  With this November’s election quickly approaching, I think it’s time to finally offer my personal opinion on the issue. Continue reading

The Theocracy Whiners

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

The Separation of Church and Obama

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

The Problem with Mitt Romney

As a proponent of Biblical, Constitutional and decent government, I have a serious problem with Mitt Romney – and no, it’s not his Mormon faith.  Glenn Beck is purportedly a Mormon, and frankly, if there were 535 Glenn Becks in Congress, ours would be a far better nation than it is today.  The issue I have with Mr. Romney is simply that he is a stranger to the idea of appropriate government, as evidenced by his continuing and stalwart defense of what is known as Romneycare Continue reading