Monthly Archives: April 2009

Do Not Be Surprised: the Hatred of Perez Hilton

When we think of God’s commandments our thoughts tend to be drawn to those concrete instructions which deal with our external relations with others: do not steal, do not lie, do not bear false witness, do not kill etc.  But … Continue reading

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When You’re More Worldly than the World

“Shock Theology,” as I call it, is becoming more of the fad these days in view of the growing number of churches that are trying to fill their ranks with people who are looking for church thrills.  Sadly, such tactics … Continue reading

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Surety Before Politics

The examples of political expediency and compromise in our nation’s capitol should remind every Christian that we must pray earnestly for those who are in governing authority (Jeremiah 29:7, 1 Timothy 2:1-8).  It is disturbing to see the way in which … Continue reading

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Apophis – A Bitter Destroyer?

The final judgment narratives found in the Bible are located in the book of Revelation.  They begin in chapter 5 and culminate in Chapters 18 & 19 via the seven seal, trumpet, and bowl judgments.  In chapter eight, we find an … Continue reading

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Defining Extremism: The DHS and Their Concern About Right Wing Terrorists

As one who served in the United States Air Force for nearly eight years of my life, I wanted to address an issue which has garnered much attention in recent days.  The Department of Homeland Security issued a summary report … Continue reading

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For Once, I Agree with the Taliban

It is a limited point of agreement to be sure, but here it is: U.S. reconciliation offer “lunatic”: Taliban spokesman By Sayed Salahuddin (Reuters article) KABUL (Reuters) – Taliban insurgents reject a U.S. offer of “honorable reconciliation,” a top spokesman … Continue reading

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Child Training & Consequential Reproof

Ephesians 6:1-3: 1 Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. 2 Honor your father and mother (which is the first commandment with a promise), 3 so that it may be well with you, and that you … Continue reading

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