As a lead-in to the July 4th holiday season, First Baptist Church, Dallas, paid a company to display on a DFW billboard, “America is a Christian Nation.” The response from the “offended” was akin to Wyatt Earp’s famous line from the movie, Tombstone,” “Tell’em I’m comin’. And hell’s comin’ with me!” (You can read about … Continue reading The Intolerable Intolerance of the Dallas Mayor
"Hate speech" is a subjective phrase. Far too often, "disagreement" is construed as "hate." This is played out on college campuses through the U.S. Furthering the subjective nature of defining "hate speech", Facebook is relying "on its nearly two billion users to report any hateful posts they see. Workers then review the posts and decide … Continue reading Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
I customarily do not address politics in this publication. We all have our convictions and opinions where politics is concerned. Having said that, the issue of religious freedom is a bipartisan issue clearly supported by the United States Constitution - and I have no reluctance for speaking to, or defending, that freedom. The big news … Continue reading Freedom of Religion? Yes. Freedom of Biblical Christianity? Not so much.
I haven't had much to say this election season. To be honest, I don't know what to say. I feel like King Jehoshaphat in 2 Chronicles 20:12 when he finished his desperate prayer with, "...we do not know what to do, but our eyes are on You." Bono, the lead singer of U2, once said, … Continue reading God’s Politics