Judge Says Man’s Law Higher than God’s Law

Moses with Ten Commandments

Judges around the country have become a law unto themselves. There were five church-going judges in Alabama who ruled that sodomy marriages are constitutional. Their Christianity made no difference in their lives. I don’t know who to blame, the churches they attend who separate the Christian faith from politics (and nearly everything else) or the […]

Elton John Says Jesus Would Support Same-Sex Marriage

Skagerak Arena June 2009

As I’ve mentioned numerous times, liberals love to quote the Bible, but only if they get to manipulate and interpret it. In a recent interview, Hillary Clinton said, “The Bible was and remains the biggest influence on my thinking.” Then why does she support same-sex sexuality and the wholesale slaughter of unborn babies? Nancy Pelosi […]

Chuck Schumer Says Religion No Longer a Constitutional Freedom

Religion Verboten

A federal judge ruled that the Constitution trumps religion. “In America even sincere and long-held religious views do not trump the constitutional rights of those who happen to have been out-voted,” U.S. District Judge John Heyburn in Louisville argued. What a fool. Not to be outdone, “At a press conference Thursday, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) […]

Are There Limits to Loving My Enemies?

Love Your Enemies

I saw the following post on Facebook that came from the article “What’s So Complicated About ‘Love Your Enemies’?” written by Benjamin L. Corey: I’ve been trying to figure out why this is the case for quite some time. I must admit, out of all of the controversial topics I’ve tackled on the blog, I […]

Is Spoken Hebrew a Fulfillment of Bible Prophecy?

Hebrew Scroll

While flipping through TV channels while on vacation, I came across a program hosted by the late prophecy enthusiast Grant R. Jeffrey (1948–2012). Jeffrey dogmatically claimed that our generation is the generation that will see Jesus’ return. In a previous article, I made the comment that modern-day prophecy speculators are more dangerous than Harold Camping […]