Of pride and prejudice

Confession time. There’s something I continue to repeatedly do even though I know it is clearly wrong. I prejudge people. Like the other morning. I’m at a stoplight and waiting to cross the… Continue reading

The best family reunion ever

It’s Mother’s Day in America….one day a year when we give special honor to that one woman within whose very body we began life. A woman who, in most cases, loved us deeply… Continue reading

A homosexual ‘war conference’

With homosexuality front and center in the news these last few days, in particular President Obama now saying he supports same-sex marriages, I prepared to post about it today by reviewing past commentaries… Continue reading

Jesus is the Man

Not a macho man or even a manly man; not a girly-man nor a mousy, milquetoast of a man. Not a man’s man, a ladies’ man, a self-made man, or a Renaissance man.… Continue reading

Savage hate

A virulent gay activist, who interestingly works with Bill Maher (see earlier post), in a recent speech to high school journalism students confirmed the fundamentalist doctrine of human depravity. And I’m not referring… Continue reading

Cover up, please

It’s prom season and teenage girls in practically every county in the country are shopping for the perfect dress. But this year some will be turned away from their prom before ever setting… Continue reading

Every voice has value

So now I’m a blogger with a forum of seemingly limitless potential to enlighten, encourage, and exegete, and all I can think about right now is how little I know. Sure, I have… Continue reading

Would Jesus call Bill Maher an ass?

Only if donkeys were taxis, I suppose. I don’t have to wonder if I would. I already have, numerous times. Now, notice I didn’t ask if Jesus would identify Bill Maher as an… Continue reading

Ask the Giver of life for this?

A California Planned Parenthood affiliate recently launched a “40 Days of Prayer” campaign which has raised some eyebrows among those who identify as pro-life, including mine. My brows went up and then they… Continue reading

A theory off-limits

In Tennessee today, folks are recalling the 1925 Scopes “monkey trial” that put their little town of Dayton on the map. But whereas then Mr. Scopes was accused of teaching evolution in his… Continue reading