Category Archives: Culture

Practical Atheists

John Stonestreet is a commentator for BreakPoint, a Christian worldview ministry established by Chuck Colson in 1991. Stonestreet recently wrote, “What if a time-traveler from the early church secretly followed you from Monday until Saturday evening, would they be able … Continue reading

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Socially Acceptable

According to the Associated Press, a new U.S. Census Bureau report says the number of unmarried partners living together has tripled in the past two decades due to greater social acceptance. Society does indeed have a greater level of acceptance … Continue reading

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Giving Them What They Want

A former business associate of President Donald Trump says that Trump was successful in business because of his strategy. Trump explains it this way–“I see what people want, and I give it to them.” That may be a great philosophy … Continue reading

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Sad World View

I recently made a trip to the hospital to meet a newborn baby. As I made my way through the parking garage, I noticed a Darwin fish on the back of a car. If you don’t already know, the Darwin … Continue reading

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Sober Mind

I just read that marijuana use is now legal in all of Canada. This has become somewhat of a trend in the U.S., with certain areas legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. Parts of Colorado have made this their policy. … Continue reading

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Tolerance or Love?

Josh McDowell has this to say about the difference between tolerance and love: Which is harder? Tolerance says, “You must approve of what I do.” Love responds, “I must do something harder: I will love you, even when your behavior … Continue reading

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Federally Protected

Over the July 4th weekend a large group of people boated out to Sand Island, which is about a mile off the coast in Mobile Bay in Alabama. There they set up tents and volleyball nets and began to play. … Continue reading

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My View

Some of my conservative friends have suggested that The View should not be on television because of their radical left-wing opinions and the mean-spirited way that they make these opinions known. I respectfully disagree. I think that people have a … Continue reading

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Hope for Common Sense

Common sense is a rare commodity these days. Many people can’t seem to figure out even the most basic truths about gender identity and human sexuality. The fact that God created human beings male and female (Gen.1:27) and clearly defined … Continue reading

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To Bee or Not to Bee?

Samantha Bee has said that she is sorry for using vulgar and offensive language to describe the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump. The apology apparently is enough for executives at TBS, who thus far have not issued any disciplinary action toward … Continue reading

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