As the blog title states, "coexist" doesn't mean "co-agree." But, sadly, especially when it comes down to issues like politics, sexuality and religion, there are those who believe it does. It is arrogant, myopic and (to use the trendy term) intolerant for anyone to believe they have the right to impose their convictions on another … Continue reading “Coexist” doesn’t mean Co-agree
Below is the fully printed text of the recent post: "The Secularization of Martin Luther King Jr.", written by Lee Habeeb. There was something funky going on with the original web link so I simply printed the article here for your convenience. Should you want to try and access the original link you can click … Continue reading The Secularization of Martin Luther King Jr.
I've read Jesus' prayer recorded in John 17 many times but I never noticed the insight brought out by Mark Jones in his blog, "When a Loved One Goes Home to Jesus." (You can read the blog here.) Having lost my own 19 year old son in 2013, I know what it feels like to … Continue reading When a Loved One Goes Home to Jesus
A professor once remarked to former atheist, Josh McDowell: “If you are an intelligent person, you will read the one book that has drawn more attention than any other, if you are searching for the truth.” That book, of course, is the Bible. A common New Year's resolution among Christians is to try and read … Continue reading Reading the Bible Through, Cover-to-Cover…