Even though everyone may be worn out about the election this year and may be frustrated after all of the debates, we must be thankful for what it all exposed. We must realize that all of the generalizations of how we describe ourselves have been unfolded. What we really believe has been put on the […]
It is certainly not news that American Vision encourages Christian to be involved in politics, law, and government. Brother DeMar long ago wrote God and Government as well as Myths, Lies, and Half-Truths for these very purposes. I, for one, have been especially critical of the American pulpit and its failure to preach biblical law, […]
Yesterday we discussed the hypocrisy occurring throughout the GOP regarding both decency and substance in politics, not to mention past corruption, etc. Included in that discussion was a lynchpin that deserves much greater focus: the role of evangelical leaders and pulpits. Last year, I republished Alice Baldwin’s great work, The New England Pulpit and the […]
There’s a scene at the end of the film The Martian where Mark Watney (played by Matt Damon) lays out what is inevitable in space travel. It’s a lesson that can and should be applied to every area of life: “At some point, everything’s gonna go south on you… Everything’s going to go south and you’re […]
Many Christians approach life as if it is made of bits and pieces of unrelated reality. They struggle to see the relationship between seemingly contrasting categories. In fact, Christians often have been taught that the Bible addresses exclusively spiritual issues while some other standard should be used to govern how we should think about secular matters such as law, economics, politics, education, and business.
Speaking at small rally in Las Vegas before the upcoming GOP debate, presidential candidate Marco Rubio continued the grand illusion of national-level politics: liberals are silly leftists and conservatives are upstanding free market warriors. Firing shots at Democrats, he contrasted the GOP field, saying, “We could have nine people on that stage [and] not a […]