Category: Politics

The Superb Right and Tragic Wrong of the SBC Alt-Right Resolution

Never is it wrong to state a firm case for racial justice in America. If racism continues to be problematic the world over; at least not in America, and certainly not in the SBC, should we ever tolerate the raising of the ugly head of injustice or the unkindne... Read More »

What If This Is the End of Freedom in America?

A quick review of recent news headlines in the United States reveals an increasing number of incidents where governmental executives, legislators and judges have borrowed from the intolerant presuppositions of secular progressivism to restrict the religious li... Read More »

Seven Reasons I Will Vote for Donald Trump for President

The recent “October surprise” release of a video of Donald Trump from several years ago has once again prompted great angst among many, along with new and renewed calls for conservatives and/or Christians not to vote for him. His comments about women are d... Read More »

April 30, 1945 and November 8, 2016

What do April 30, 1945, and Nov. 8, 2016, have in common? The first date was the culmination of World War II. On that fateful day, Adolf Hitler apparently shot himself in the mouth as Russian soldiers moved in on his compound. But in the midst of all that trag... Read More »

Are The Roles of Church and Government at Odds?

Unless you’re a news junkie like the members of my family, you are probably having a difficult time keeping track of the numerous government attempts to profoundly infringe upon the first amendment rights of the American people. The most recent attempts can ... Read More »