Category Archives: law

Urgent! Prevent American Christians from Suffering!


I just received an “URGENT ACTION!” alert to spare theologically conservative magistrates in our state from needing to perform civil unions between same-sex couples. I can appreciate their discomfort, but not the idea that “religious liberty” is at issue.

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God Gets Perfectly Clear About Sexual Sin


  We talk a lot about sex in the conservative church, mostly of the homosexual variety. In fact, my church recently did “the sex sermon” and none of the texts referenced adultery, fornication, lust, or any of the majority of … Continue reading

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Voted: Teachers Get Raises If Gambling $ Rise


Opportunity 2: Help brothers and sisters avoid temptation instead of increasing the temptations they face.

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What Were Candidate’s Staff Doing for 3 Hours in Courthouse?


You’ve been following the story. So I’m just going to throw out the headlines and my questions. You can pop over to USA Today to see the questions the local police have. Closely contested Senate primary in Mississippi pits Tea … Continue reading

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1,376 Commandments and Counting


  Some readers know that for a couple of years I’ve been compiling commandments from Scripture. I’m up to 1,376 as of this morning. People say this is a strange undertaking for someone whose Christian faith is to be lived … Continue reading

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