Tag Archive: judging

Field of hypocritical Democrat dreamers

Oh, the hypocrisy of the pro-abortion left. They hurl accusations of immorality at President Trump…some of it warranted, some not…all the while engaging in obvious immorality themselves. They just refuse to look in… Continue reading

Check more than your privilege

“The guilty should get their just deserts.” Well, dessert is the best part of the meal, so just desserts sounds pretty good to me. My hand’s up. Guilty! If only. Wouldn’t it be… Continue reading

The divine elephant in the room

Consider:         How morally righteous would all these tweets seem if they were aimed at a policy regarding pedophilia instead of homosexuality? The substitution makes them quite ludicrous, no? And… Continue reading

Boy, do we need to get woke

It’s a bit maddening, and frustrating, and depressing…reading so many repeated half-truths and hateful mischaracterizations related to the current immigration debate. I want to address every single one I read, but it would… Continue reading

Hidden assumptions in the gay rights debate

Some gays and their supporters are just awful. They’re lewd and crude, loud and proud, and totally intolerant. If one so much as suggests that the homosexual lifestyle is problematic, they’re in your… Continue reading

Sin, suffering, and salvation

Donald Trump is a sorry sinner. Sorry as in, pretty pathetic, though one can hope that he’s sorry as in, I really shouldn’t have done that. Either way, there are a lot of… Continue reading

Well, what did we expect?

  Bad behavior abounds and we act all surprised and appalled. Sexual misconduct, racism, bigotry, fake news, intolerance, anti-Semitism, hatred…we call it out and judge and condemn as if we actually have some… 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

Idiot, Christian Pedophilistines

I just want to say a few things about this. Political office is not a reward for virtuous living. It’s not a “Person of the Year” contest with the prize going to the… Continue reading

The inconsistent atheist

Two questions: Have you recently judged someone, a group of someones, or a particular behavior as morally wrong? Does God exist? If you answered ‘Yes’ to the first question and ‘No’ to the… Continue reading

Faith plus works or faith that works?

Picture this: You’re standing before the throne of God as his mighty right-hand angel retrieves your record of deeds from the database. Between you and God is a holographic screen upon which scenes… Continue reading

The scandalous mercy of God

Raising ten children meant my parents had to be intentional about seeking a balance between meeting the individual needs of each of us kids without appearing to favor any. I’m sure the scales… Continue reading

So what’s the matter with racism?

In the aftermath of the election to the presidency of a racist, nonconformist, misogynistic, freedom fighting, buffoonish champion of the working man, it seems no one is safe from shaming and acrimonious accusations.… Continue reading

Shaking off the dust

Some people think if you’re a follower of Christ you must have the same attitude towards everyone, no matter their attitude towards you or your God…love your enemies, turn the other cheek, and… Continue reading

Judging our Judge

Is God a moral monster because he commanded the slaughter of whole groups of people, including children? Are the records in the Old Testament of God ordering the nation of Israel to mercilessly… Continue reading