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
THE BIBLIST PAPERS: BEGINNINGS
With all due apologies to my few but faithful readers, I must stray a bit from the promised look into the Divine lessons of human government learned from the Tower of Babel incident (see Genesis 10-11), and instead delve a bit into the very reasons for the Biblist Papers, for it has come to light that there is need of this explanation.
To a great degree I am with the true political conservative, and to a great degree I find that I can stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the Tea Party, for it is they who represent the best of what once was – and what could yet be again – of America. Continue reading