60 Seconds On Bad Environmentalism

There is a certain slice of the environmentalist pie that gives the impression that humanity is a plague. That's a problem. Among other things, you can't believe humanity is a plague and be loving. But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons... Continue Reading →

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The Best Punch Is Knowing Who We Are

You will never have a meaningful, full-blooded response to the sin of racial hatred without a robust, widespread, unequivocal belief that human beings are universally made in the image of God. And in that regard, the fights against racism and against abortion are fights that call for the same punch. Our culture (the mood and... Continue Reading →

A 30 Second Contrast

Mike Pence is very anti-choice. He thinks abortion is murder, which, first of all, don’t knock it till you try it. And when you do try it, really knock it. You know, you’ve got to get that baby out of there. Comedian Michelle Wolf, at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner So God created man... Continue Reading →

You Won’t Get It With Feminism

Our culture does not encourage men to marry, have lots of children, and then lead those families in sacrificial love.  Because of that, our society is filled with men who are not pressured to control their sinful sexual impulses and instead enjoy romance and sex with one woman in faithful marriage for their entire lives.... Continue Reading →

To the Lost and Abused

You are not forgotten.  You are not irrelevant.   This world of sin and sinners is often a place where young girls are sexually abused.  Where little boys are ignored by their fathers or beaten by their fists.  Where the small or disadvantaged are trampled by the anger or selfishness of warped men with warped... Continue Reading →

Why My Family Won’t Celebrate Halloween

   A couple of days ago my family and I were walking through Home Depot.  Towards the front of the store were some cartoonish inflatable Halloween decorations for a front lawn.  You probably know the type:  Graves, skeletons, tombstones with humorous inscriptions.  And as we walked away from them I felt strongly that I needed... Continue Reading →

60 Seconds On Sarcasm

   I can think of 2 differences between sarcasm that awakens the conscience or enlivens the mind (which I'm for) and sarcasm that shreds people, and exalts the self (which I'd rebuke as sin):   Hope and charity.   Good sarcasm, irony or humor that show the ridiculous to be ridiculous or that bring more people... Continue Reading →

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