Category Archives: Faith and Politics

Your Vote ~ The “Amen” That Really Matters

I was sitting in a Baptist church–not a place I was accustomed to be at that point, to say the least. I was a new follower of Jesus, but my moment of surrender and commitment to Him didn’t take place … Continue reading

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Halloween 2018 ~ The Fear Monger’s “Perfect Storm”

Apparently a large segment of our population craves being scared half to death, and another large segment lives to make merchandise of them in some way. For both groups, October 2018 must be a really exciting time because a set … Continue reading

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Passion ~ With a “Bit” of Guidance

The thought of having to wait for a slushie to be made appears to have been just too much to endure recently, so a McDonald’s customer physically assaulted the fast food worker. In another culinary conflict, an employee started punching … Continue reading

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Coordinated Coercion ~ A Terrorist Tactic

For decades now we have been warned about the danger of Islamic radicals who would use any means available to overthrow “infidels;” i.e., anyone who refused to convert to their religion and support their objective of world domination. We’ve seen … Continue reading

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A Rock to Stand On

I saw enough Tarzan and Jungle Jim movies as a kid to know that if you ever find yourself lost in a jungle, there’s a lot to worry about. Some dangers were obvious. There were binge-eating carnivores running around loose, … Continue reading

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An Alternative to “Allegation Apoplexy”

There are some issues I’d rather not write about because they’ve reached the point where the level of volatility itself has become the story. When the fact of controversy overtakes the facts underlying the actual controversy, then reasonable discussion becomes … Continue reading

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