Category: Religion & Faith

March 30, 2013

The Hope of Heaven

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 30 Mar 2013

In response to recently being diagnosed with a rare and terminal type of brain cancer, sitcom star Valerie Harper declared, “we are all terminal.” In a cover story for “People” magazine and an interview on CNN, Harper, age 73, stressed …

Is Pope Francis Liberal or Conservative?

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 30 Mar 2013

With the election of Pope Francis, there has been an almost “catholic” attempt to determine if he is liberal or conservative. CBS claims he is a “staunch conservative” based on the fact that, as correspondent Allen Pizzey put it, he …

March 27, 2013

A Letter from God – Popes, Protestants and Rebels

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 27 Mar 2013

Much to the chagrin of the liberals it seems the Catholics have chosen a standard bearer Pope in the conservative vein and should be congratulated for this move in a day when liberal leanings are attacking foundations around the world.

Since …

March 22, 2013

What the Greatest Catholic Thinker Says about the Latest Catholic Pope

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 22 Mar 2013

With the election of Pope Francis, there are the usual complaints about how the Catholic Church has got to get with the times. The Huffington Post ran the headline, “Pope Francis Against [sic] Gay Marriage, Gay Adoption,” which is much …

March 13, 2013

The Totalitarianism of Today

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 13 Mar 2013

Richard Dawkins, who is far more famous for his anti theism than he is for his scientific work, was recently on Al-Jazeera delivering his usual hate filled diatribes against Christianity and Judaism. Then he was asked what he thought about …

March 4, 2013

An open letter to ‘gay’ teens

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 04 Mar 2013

Who am I? I’m a husband and a father. More importantly, and by the grace of God, I’m a follower of Jesus Christ.

This is what motivates me to write you.

You don’t have to read on, but I pray …

March 2, 2013

Judgment: The Last Thing on Our Minds

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 02 Mar 2013

“It’s a lesson too late for the learning – Made of sand, made of sand” Tom Paxton: The Last thing On My Mind.

Researching the subject of judgment and asking others what their perceptions of the coming judgments are, it was …

February 24, 2013

The Prophetic Implications of Pope Benedict’s Resignation

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 24 Feb 2013

Any understanding of Benedict’s resignation must begin with the simple fact that not all people are Catholic and not all Christians are Catholic.

Of the 2.3 billion Christians in the world only about half, 1.1 billion are Catholic. Non-Catholics are made …

February 13, 2013

Finding the City on a Hill

Filed under: History,Religion & Faith - 13 Feb 2013

One of the most widely employed metaphors in today’s American political discourse is that the United States is a “city on a hill.” Especially popularized by Ronald Reagan, this phrase (taken from Matthew chapter 5) has been used by countless …

February 12, 2013

Despising The Old Rugged Cross

Filed under: Politics In General,Religion & Faith - 12 Feb 2013

In one classic science fiction plot, antagonists attempt to gain control of the future by attempting to alter the past. Though it might not be as exciting as a Dalorian speeding at 88 miles per hour, maniacal forces in our …

Jesus, Another Innocent Man Wrongly Convicted

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 12 Feb 2013

Few pastimes are more entertaining than witnessing a smug, non–orthodox Jew giving instruction on New Testament theology to Christians. Last Saturday the most reverend Lisa Miller in her Washington Post ‘Belief Watch’ column asked readers, “Is gun ownership Christian?

This puts …

February 7, 2013

Two-Bibles Barack: O’s inaugural oath overkill

Filed under: Religion & Faith,What The F@#K?!? - 07 Feb 2013

Barack said, “Let there be another Bible,” and lo, there was another Bible. But why?

At President Obama’s second inauguration, he took the oath of office with his hand placed on two Bibles, one of which had belonged to Abraham Lincoln, …

February 2, 2013

Internet or the Heart – Which is the Land of Shadows?

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 02 Feb 2013

O’Reilly Factor contributors McGuirk and Gutfeld discussed everything from Obama’s gun proposals to Notre Dame’s Manti Te’o on Friday January 18, 2013. No one is happy with Lance Armstrong, Obama or the football superstar, but it was the viewer emails …

January 31, 2013

From Carrying the Cross to Bearing the Sword – Is it the Same Jesus?

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,Religion & Faith - 31 Jan 2013

Polls have indicated that only 37 percent of Americans now believe that homosexuality is a perverted and sinful practice. Most of those examining this latest excursion in PC acquired morality or immoralities, (depending on who you ask) agree that it …

January 22, 2013

“So Help Me God”—The Second Inaugural of Barack Obama

Filed under: History,Religion & Faith - 22 Jan 2013

On Monday the United States will celebrate one of its great festivals of civil religion as Barack Obama is inaugurated for a second time. Although nothing in the Constitution mandates it (the only things the Constitution specifies are the date …

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