The last two chapters of 1 Samuel introduced us to the person and character of Saul. We learned that his assets were mainly on the surface: his grand size and physique. Beneath this was little more than vanity and lack of integrity. Yet the people embraced Saul for his outward appearance despite multiple warnings. Chapters […]
We have learned about “taking the cheese,” and have discussed examples of how that folly exists among even our choicest U.S. Representatives. But guess what? It goes on in you statehouse, too. I’ll bear you the bad news (just don’t shoot the messenger): A few weeks ago I was invited to attend a unique tea […]
I always ask, “Where are progressives progressing?” and “What are conservatives conserving?” If the answers to these questions do not reveal biblical values behind their goals, then the progress is not true progress, and what is conserved is not worth conserving.
On the heels of a defeat for Republicans and the re-election of one of the most radical, leftist presidents in American history, conservative columnists spewed mainly confusion and despair. One of the most insightful articles I’ve seen suggested that such hopelessness in itself has played a large part in the vicious cycle of creeping statism […]
The article “Conservatism that Assures the Unthinkable: the Reelection of Barack Obama,” by Chuck Rogér, that appeared on the American Thinker website caught my attention: “As America flirts with permanent economic decline, certain GOP presidential contenders talk of gay marriage, Charles Darwin, and religiosity. Are we losing our minds? “While the current progressive regime is […]