Monthly Archive: August, 2015

The grapes of truth

When I first decided to move beyond letters to the editor in laying down my two cents, I created my own website and called it Expression is Wine. I took the title from… Continue reading

Wow! What a transformation!

The other day I was talking with a family friend and wait till you read what happened! I can hardly believe it myself! Scroll below to find out!   Sorry about the histrionics.… Continue reading

Feminists vs. the Patriarchy

If there’s one truth that would impact culture for good more than just about any other if it were more widely believed, accepted, and embraced, it’s this: males and females are quite different… Continue reading

Seeing is believing

Ignorance is bliss, they say. And none are as blind as those who will not see. If you really want to make an informed, rational decision on the morality of abortion, or if… Continue reading

Light, sight, and the big lie

“…in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than… Continue reading

Danger ahead

I sometimes wonder how others see the world…in particular those who are ideologically and politically on the opposite side of the spectrum from me. Are they as concerned as I am about the… Continue reading

Hypothetical judging

Was Hitler a Christian? I hope it’s obvious to all of us looking back at history that Adolf Hitler was most certainly not a follower of Christ. He did, however, pass himself off… Continue reading

Slavery, submission, and sonship

When the 13 colonies declared their independence from Great Britain they cited in their reasoning the “separate and equal station” they had before God and the proper role of government as one instituted… Continue reading

Evidence or pride?

If you, like I, believe that for a good many atheists it’s not a lack of evidence that motivates their lack of faith but rather an unwillingness to submit to God, you’ll appreciate… Continue reading