I get attacked by folks all the time. I get attacked by people from all sides of the political spectrum. I am used to that. But the attacks that cause me the most anguish are those that come from others who profess to be 'good' believers. These attacks cause me the most grief because, by … Continue reading How Far Does ‘Tolerance’ Go?
For those who might be interested: I am fortunate enough that, for whatever reason, people find value in what I have to say. A couple weeks ago, this lead to my receiving an invitation to be a guest on a regional talk radio program, The Morning Drive with Steve Nichols. My first appearance can be … Continue reading ATG on Talk Radio
Just because we do not see something, that does not mean it does not exist. We cannot see the wind, but we know it exists because we can still sense it. This applies to other things, as well. It's just that, sometimes, a thing is not so readily apparent as the wind so we have … Continue reading Beware of People Trying to ‘Speak Things into Existence”
So, President Trump is said to have Tweeted a 'Racist' comment about four Democrat Congresswomen. Well, I am not going to address that issue. If the 'Racism' aspect of this issue interests you, I wrote about this from a more 'secular' perspective on The Road to Concord. If you are interested, you can find that … Continue reading A Scriptural Perspective of Trump’s July 14, 2019 ‘Go Back Home’ Tweet
I posted a lengthy essay on The Road to Concord about Socialism, "What Is Socialism?" Now, I understand that there are many believers who think that Christians should stay out of politics. While I disagree, that would be a discussion more suited for The OYL. This post is intended more to help those believers who … Continue reading Christians Must Not Support Socialism!
I deliberately chose the title of this essay because of the reaction it would create in the average person. In our society today, the average person will read the title of this essay and stop right there. They won't bother to read it. They will simply allow their personal biases and preconceived notions to draw … Continue reading The ‘Good’ NAZIs