This November, for some Christians, personal holiness will dictate a protest vote against Donald Trump. Is this really conscience, or something darker?
Russell Moore, Super Holy Man
Over my years as a believer, I’ve seen personal holiness measured in strange ways. One Sunday morning, (more…)
Christians who lament the “the false god of politics” may be worshiping a different kind of prostitution..
Idolatry, in our time, wears a much more pleasant Sunday dress than she did 3,000 years ago. She wouldn’t dare put on those old, blood stained robes of Molech. If Hillary Clinton asked her (more…)
A vote for Trump is “putting your faith in man.” (Yes, they really say that.)
Not sure if I’m all blogged out on the Pharisee spirit of the NeverTrump movement, (probably not) but I think (more…)
Clinical Comfort for Erick Erickson and others suffering from Trump Averse Syndrome
Trump-Averse syndrome has many incarnations, but for a few pundits, the behavior calls to mind the hilarious apoplexy of Herbert Lom’s Chief Inspector Dreyfus in the Pink Panther. Upon hearing a positive Donald headline, the Trump-averse coffee-spewer will (more…)
“Hey, can I get some help with the groceries?”
“Love to, but I’m a citizen of heaven. I’m not really even here.”
Let’s just take a look, folks, at a few of our problems, here on this earthly plane — as we’re working out our Citizen of Heaven obligations.
Last night, and the night before, the (more…)
When you finally come to the conclusion there is a God, you’re likely to try to attempt to please Him.
Max Lucado, Pharisee
And this (more…)
..with free advice to women on the subject of being irresistible
At age 56, having raised six kids, having been married happily to the same woman for 28 years, having endured the 1980s dating scene, (and even a toxic gauntlet of man-killing feminist Stanford coeds), having come back to Christ, having studied God’s word, I’ve come to this startling conclusion about men and (more…)
People wonder why I attend a house church. Isn’t it obvious?
Blogger Matt Walsh is upset with Christians in South Carolina, for voting Donald Trump in big numbers, but we should all ask ourselves the question: why would we expect anything else? Why would we expect self-identified Christians to be sophisticated policy thinkers? Why (more…)
I’m a bit of a political purist, but I’m getting sick of my own tribe. We’re so pure, we stink of defeat.
Yes, okay, there is massive corruption in the Republican party. Yes, there really is an establishment apparatus that creates the likes of a George W. Bush who is gentle with Barack Obama (more…)
I have a soft spot for anyone seeking an explanation for the universe, and our place in it. I suppose that even includes the judgmental and the irritating, because the pursuit itself is desperate for self assurance. We’re all trying to box up our foggy doubts, to turn our spiritual conjecture into solid (more…)