In a previous article, we discussed 12 reasons homosexual marriage will wreck the nation. The truth is even worse than imagined. That brief, as good as it was, was nevertheless incomplete. It did not include a list of frightful new self-privileges, backed by government coercion, which the Gaystapo is now actively working to shove down […]
I made the point in Restoring America, in both the chapters on Education and Welfare, that the welfare state in America grew out of secularized (apostatized) New England Puritanism. I had no idea exactly how deep that rabbit-hole goes. What I had not realized fully at the time is just how far this movement spread […]
What’s a simple definition of slavery?: “submission to a dominating influence.” If a person is forced to do work against his will, then that person is a slave. That’s certainly the case with Colorado baker Jack Phillips: Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission on Friday ordered a baker to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, finding his […]
On the “Official Blog of Benjamin L. Corey,” Corey, who describes himself as a former Fundamentalist, claims that Dan Haseltine of the musical group Jars of Clay was only asking questions about “Gay” marriage and should not have been attacked. I’m aware of Jars of Clay but have never heard any of the group’s songs. […]
First, let’s get this out of the way. I’m not a big fan of this band or really any other “mainstream Christian music artist”. If my only choice driving down the road is between turning the dial to Christian radio or to the local classic rock station, I will choose the latter every time. Don’t […]
This time it’s not Bush’s fault. It’s Reagan’s. He’s the one who appointed Justice Kennedy who once again could have been the swing vote for conservatives, but instead wrote the SCOTUS opinion against DOMA yesterday. And the rabbit hole goes deeper than you think. The opinion overturning DOMA yesterday is a masterpiece of double-speak. It […]
Occasionally they let their guard slip – the liberals that is. After reassuring everyone with smooth and persuasive words that their proposals will not have all the bad effects that those nasty scaremongering bigots out there keep alleging, every so often they let slip far more of their agenda than they would ordinarily like us […]
Bill O’Reilly stepped in it the other day when he called those in opposition to homosexual marriage and who use the Bible to make their case “Bible Thumpers.” This is hardly the case, but it passes for good TV. O’Reilly is as familiar with the Bible as the New York Times reporter who wrote, “Easter […]
New York’s recent decision to legalize same-sex marriage marks a big triumph for the homosexual community. The decision passed, partly due to two Republican senators who had previously been undecided voting yes and partly due to stronger religious exemptions than previous versions of the law. Gary talks about the pitfalls of this “two-kingdom” mindset, in this edition of Vantage Point.
Does a genetic predisposition excuse and justify homosexuality? If so, why fight cancer, obesity and aggressive behavior since they have been show to be influenced genetically? Gary dissects the illogical arguments of the pro-gay crowd on this edition of Vantage Point.
There has been much passionate debate over the legalization of homosexual marriage, with illogical arguments on both sides. Rep. Simon of Minnesota states some very unfounded and illogical arguments in favor of homosexual marriage. In this episode of Vantage Point, Gary takes these arguments apart and shows why they are faulty.
Do you have to have a biblical worldview to be involved in worldview issues? Gary addresses this topic as it relates to healthcare, homosexual marriage and other issues facing us today. Does the Bible limit government involvement in our lives?
Theodore Olson has written a cover story for Newsweek magazine with the title “The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage.” You may remember Ted Olson as an Assistant Attorney General (Office of Legal Counsel) in the Reagan administration. While serving in the Reagan administration, Olson defended the President during the Iran-Contra affair. Olson successfully represented George W. Bush in the Supreme Court case Bush v. Gore in the highly contested 2000 Presidential election. He was married to fellow-conservative and author Barbara Olson who was a passenger on the hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.