Month: December 2017

  • Where And Why Politics And Christianity Intersect

    Perhaps in a perfect world, there would never be a need to discuss politics among Christians or between Christians and unbelievers. Maybe that’s not the case, but whether or not it is, such a need assuredly exists. The funny little reality is, my support for a particular political perspective comes out of my belief in […]

  • On Sanity

    Much has been made by a great many people—myself included—about the need for standards. So significant is this need, that it is hard to imagine a life without them existing. In order to distinguish between righteousness and unrighteousness, rectitude and error, suitability for purpose or lack thereof and so many more things, it is necessary […]

  • On the First Amendment to the United States Constitution

    I have yet to meet an individual who, on looking at it, would state that the United States Constitution was not a pretty amazing piece of work. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure such people exist. I’m simply saying that, either they have chosen to bite their collective tongues when around me, or I have […]

  • On Being Versus Doing And Discrimination

    Perhaps by this point in my life, I should be used to the idea that a good many people tend to have a very limited “depth of consideration” when looking at almost everything found in the World about them. This certainly seems to be quite true when considering the idea of discrimination. One of the […]

  • On Race

    One of the most important things I need to do in life is also one of the things I least like doing. I’m getting better at doing it, I think, both in accepting the need for it, and being willing to allow for it to happen. What is that thing? It is the willingness to […]