A brief examination of the hypocrisy displayed by Raphael Warnock, a “progressive” Baptist pastor. He is running for the position US Senator in the state of Georgia.
On May 23, the New York Times Editorial Board decided to weigh in on the “same sex” marriage referendum in Ireland. Granted, the Irish decided to continue down the road to national oblivion in approving “same sex” marriage as legal
A commentary on the statements of Phil of Duck Dynasty and Wilson Cruz. Both are ignorant of the truth of Christ and the Gospel, just in different ways.
Do you have the inherent right to abort a child? Do you have the inherent right to abort the life of anyone? I had a lengthy conversation with a gentleman today. During that conversation he brought up a point that
A brief essay addressing the LORD’s maintenance of His righteousness, and the fact that only the LORD God, in and of Himself can maintain righteousness.
Michael Bloomberg speaks from ignorance.
Jamie Foxx utters foolishness at the Soul Train awards.
Naturally, this would seem to violate a principle which everyone observes from their earliest age:
That every action, no matter how minor and insignificant it may appear, has at least one consequence.
However, because the consequences of some actions take much longer to be realized than others, it appears (especially to those who deliberately blind themselves) that certain actions have no real consequence. Hence, they can be engaged in with impunity.
When it comes to the issue of behavior, there seems to be an unwillingness to confront certain behaviors as inherently destructive. Rather than call those behaviors out, and insure that everyone knows those particular behaviors are wrong, many leaders opt out of responding, leaving such behaviors unchallenged. In fact, there is a general attitude in this generation that all behaviors, unless they are immediately dangerous to life and health, are essentially equal and there is no real consequence for engaging in one particular behavior over another.
This message addresses the issue of the LORD’S judgment how it is not contradictory for the LORD to demand that we do not put someone to death for the sins of another. Yet, in His judgment He takes entire families, cities and nations. The requirement for us is to understand why.