Sexual Assaults

Sex. Sex and sexuality is such a beautiful glorious gift.  Like all good and glorious gifts on earth, the beauty, the glory and the good come with boundaries.  Boundaries are given for the maximum benefit.

Why can’t everyone enjoy it all the time?  Why can’t everyone run stop signs all the time to save time and be first?  The answer to both has to do with benefit, boundaries and the sanctity and preservation of life–that’s why. Continue reading “Sexual Assaults”

Era of Mass Delusion

Do you remember Hitler?  Adolph Hitler?   Some who see this blog may not have heard of him.  He is not the only one in the world who pulled off major delusion based on some exclusive ideology but he is one of the most recent.

Devin Foley starts an analysis with the tale of the emperor who has no clothes.   A similar, though fictional tale about group think from the children’s genre.

He dives in quickly however and gives some alarming insights into the current culture and government in America. Continue reading “Era of Mass Delusion”

Social Gospel & Today’s Religious Left

Here is a good analysis in part of Today’s Religious Left.  There is a brief history of the Social Gospel movement in America.  Christopher H. Evans, the author, comes to this conclusion:

Can the religious left achieve the public status of the religious right? The theme of “social salvation” that was critical to Walter Rauschenbusch, A.J. Muste and Martin Luther King Jr. might, I believe, very well galvanize the activism of a new generation of religious progressives.

Continue reading “Social Gospel & Today’s Religious Left”

Bill Nye gets schooled

Bill Nye…accused CNN of doing a “disservice” to its audience on Saturday by having a real scientist on their network to discuss climate change.

Nye, non-scientist, appeared with William Happer, Princeton University Physicist on CNN to discuss the science of climate change. Continue reading “Bill Nye gets schooled”

Insightful Thoughts from Hugh Ross

Many of you, I am sure, saw the April 10 issue of Time presenting 25 anticipated breakthroughs in science and space for the 21st century. What particularly grabbed my attention was the debate between physicist John Horgan, author of The End of Science (1997), and Paul Hoffman, former editor of Discover magazine and past president of Encyclopedia Britannica. Continue reading “Insightful Thoughts from Hugh Ross”

Blacks Mainly Backslide under Obama

With President Obama’s gas tank now less than an eighth full, it’s amazing where he has taken black Americans. Mainly, it’s been a long ride in reverse.

Even liberal black broadcaster Tavis Smiley has criticized Obama for this. As Smiley told HuffPost Live’s Alyona Minkovski, “Sadly — and it pains me to say this — over the last decade, black folk, in the era of Obama, have lost ground in every major economic category.” Continue reading “Blacks Mainly Backslide under Obama”