Tag Archives: 2016

Unconditional Surrender

An Unlikely Angel

“I went to the White House shortly after tea where I found ‘the original gorilla,’ about as intelligent as ever. What a specimen to be at the head of our affairs now!”
– Gen. George B. McClellan

This evening, after a glass of wine, with a miserable chest cold keeping me aware of my mortality and unable to work out, I saw (more…)

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Personally Holy & Wholly Ineffective

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

Russell Moore, Super Holy Man

Over my years as a believer, I’ve seen personal holiness measured in strange ways. One Sunday morning, (more…)

Trump Averse Syndrome

I’m pretty sure I know who you #NeverTrump people are.

You are people of some faith, most likely.  You are trying to make a living, and you are annoyed that a growing class of people don’t even care about making a living–and you make those coasting privileges possible.

You couldn’t believe the America you love actually elected Barack Obama–twice.  Some of you brought the (more…)

Christianity and the Election of 2016

People wonder why I attend a house church.  Isn’t it obvious?

dt3Blogger 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…)