By now, you’ve heard stories like this too many times. Father McFarlin had a reputation for sexual deviancy. He crossed the line in conversations with children with sexually suggestive language. By 2005, his Bishops had investigated complaints by six different children in his diocese. But they didn’t report him to police or remove him from […]
As we hear the horror stories of how 300 Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania sexually abused over 1,000 identified child victims and potentially thousands more, we need to keep a few things in mind for perspective. But let me warn you, the first part of the article gets real. Then, it gets real real. Let’s […]
Join the Mid-Atlantic Reformation Society and Bojidar Marinov for the East Coast Regional Worldview Conference, July 20-21, 2012! Twin Valley Bible Church — Narvon, PA. Space is limited, so REGISTER EARLY! & the Mid-Atlantic Reformation Society Registration opens at 5:00pm. 1. The Universal and Comprehensive Victory of the Sovereign Lord Jesus Christ (Paul Michael Raymond) 2. The Filioque […]
Under-handed backstabbing, hypocrisy, intrigue, and blackmail. These are not vices — they’re just standard politics. Ryan Gosling is put through the ringer trying to do everything to keep one scandal after another under wraps and away from the press in the Mike Morris campaign. But can he do this without crossing the line in the sand? How does the ‘The Ides of March’ challenge all of our credences with earnest drama? Is this just another liberal spin on truth, justice, and the American way? Find out now on Movieology!
Although some compromises were necessary to complete the framing of our Constitution – and to ensure that we had a constitution at all – our Constitution was not a mere bundle of pragmatic compromises. Our Constitution was designed: it was the product of a carefully crafted deliberative process in which history’s lessons concerning the effects of different forms of civil government for liberty and justice were carefully weighed and the proposed means of giving us the best form of republican government that the people of the various states would accept were both considered and reconsidered.