Category Archives: Culture

Marriage Has Now Been Redefined to Mean Nothing

We now see that people are marrying themselves. The latest is a woman in Italy, although it seems to be increasingly common. See the news story here. We now see that marriage has come to mean nothing. This woman has … Continue reading

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The Castration of the Western Male

Mike Royko was a newspaper columnist from Chicago. His father was a milkman in that city in the 1930s.  As Royko tells it, someone attempted to rob his father, and here was his response: “One morning, before dawn, a guy … Continue reading

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How Should We React To Muslim Desires in the Western World?

 

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What is the Mess We Are in, and How Did We Get Here?

Liberal churches have accepted aberrant theologies, or even heresies, while conservative churches have disconnected faith from reason and disconnected the church from the culture. Here we explore the causes of this condition and give some examples of the problems. Influential … Continue reading

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What Will it Take For Us to Realize We Are at War?

We have lost the lesson that was learned from the mistakes of Neville Chamberlain. How long will it take for us to learn it again?  

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Christian Quotations from America’s Founding Fathers

In honor of independence day, I offer the following quotes are from Great Quotations (CD-ROM) by William J. Federer. This book seems to have been renamed American Quotations. It is merely a large collection of quotations given without comment. Virginia, Second Charter of (May … Continue reading

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How Should We Respond To Violent Muslims?

As I write this, a terrorist bomb has gone off in Belgium. The news reports are still early, but so far they tell us that at least 31 people are dead and dozens more injured. The bombs were in a crowded … Continue reading

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