Between Legislation and Morality

Looking back a few decades, early 20th Century Christians found holding the line of societal morality increasingly difficult in the face of expanding religious pluralism…

A Hill to Die On

In America, the window of opportunity is quickly closing for easy and faithful obedience to Jesus’ commands.

The Narrative’s New Focus

Sandmann and Pence are simply the most recent victims of an accelerating anti-Christian Narrative aimed at the remaining faithful in positions of cultural influence.

New York Infanticide

If one isn’t willing to uphold the fact that life is inherently holy, then all bets are off.

Misplaced Affections: The State & Science

As the 19th Century drew to a close, morality was on life support. Progressives, describing themselves as cultural medicine men, presented society with a cure: the State. Thus began one of the most horrific, catastrophic, life-stealing centuries the world has ever known.

Why Man-Hating Is In Vogue

Once you convince the sheep that a shepherd is no longer needed, all sheepdogs are seen as wolves.

A Christian Solution to the Wage Gap

The ideological pillars supporting wage gap theory are weakness personified, but as any good fascist will tell you, “Bundle more nonsense together and it isn’t easily refuted.”

Are Republicans Sacrificing Character for Election Victories?

I believe the political issues surrounding Roy Moore points to a deeper problem in American culture…

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