Each church body is just looking for a sin which they don’t feel guilty of so they can be superior, as if God is a bear and we must simply outrun our comrades to escape being consumed in the flames of Hell that inhabit the mouth of God. Continue reading
Tag Archives: politics
If she does not struggle, does it also follow that she is not held?
The show The Handmaid’s Tale has revived interest in the somewhat prophetic novel. It has such depth and scope and covers so many relevant issues that we are facing right now. To me, one of the most fascinating and important, but also difficult to swallow is the dynamic experience of rape throughout the show. We … Continue reading
You’ve heard it repeated endlessly. It’s just a slippery slope from this to that. It’s that diplomatic way of saying “Well, I can’t find a good reason to object to that any longer, so I’ll blame it on what could possibly happen, but isn’t happening now.” We hear it with charity, gay rights, politics, drugs, … Continue reading
You break, you buy; and not with lives. My thoughts on Ebola, ISIS, and Police Brutality.
You know what’s funny? I never once thought…’I should shoot her. That would stop this from happening.’ And that doesn’t make me a hero! I promise you, that is the very least I could do. Continue reading
Marriage is a Religious Institution, eh?
It occurred to me commenting on another blog that people may not even know that a liberal Christianity exists. One page said that a celebrity left Christianity because she had a crush on a bi-sexual man and the church didn’t approve. I posted that she should have tried a different denomination if that was the … Continue reading
It’s Obama’s fault!!!
It’s Obama’s fault that CT has changed their gun laws and no longer allow people to carry/own magazines above 10 rounds. It’s Obama’s idea that a union in TN has petitioned for a Muslim holiday off because that’s how Sharia law is being forced on us. It’s Obama’s fault that your insurance company won’t pay … Continue reading
My brother-in-law: Journey to the no cable club.
Just before 2012, My brother-in-law was talking about a bunker and enough provisions stored up for his family of three to live off of for a couple months. he bought a generator and some other things to help them survive the end of the world. He was always talking about conspiracy and the way the … Continue reading
Twisted Christianity: Cutting out Christ.
In America, I feel we are at an impasse. Christ and his words are at odds with the politics that many try to force on Him. His words and examples are being cast aside for the worship of freedom and self-reliance. It’s an amazing phenomenon to me that what we hear everyday as the politics … Continue reading
The War on Christmas in a Kindergarten Classroom
“Well I saw the real Santa and he’s white.” One kid told another while they were coloring Santa’s skin on a worksheet. The other child had colored Santa’s skin brown and I’d smiled to myself and thought, “See Megan Kelly, kid’s don’t care what color Santa’s skin is.” How wrong I was. The commenting kiddo … Continue reading
Twisted Christianity: Anti-environmentalism
For some strange reason, many Christians today think that environmentalism is against the gospel and of concern for the church. It bewilders me. Once, my brother in law was talking about buying land in West Virgina because he said that the land was extremely cheap. I told him to be careful where he was buying … Continue reading