Category Archives: Culture

Quiet Quitting

According to recent reports, something called “quiet quitting” is taking the workplace by storm. This new trend is in the wake of many people literally quitting their jobs to pursue other ventures, or perhaps to just spend some time not … Continue reading

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It Can Wait

I walked into a public restroom today and noticed a machine that dispenses condoms. The advertising slogan on the machine caught my eye— “When life just can’t wait.” Sadly, that’s the philosophy of many people in the world today. Those … Continue reading

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Which Religion?

In a recent column, Dear Abby gave this advice to someone who asked for direction in choosing between religions—“…consider which religion meets your needs…” Unfortunately, that’s the way many people think when they are seeking religion. They are looking for … Continue reading

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Bad Company

There has been some controversy surrounding President Joe Biden’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia. While there he was photographed fist-bumping several high-ranking Saudi officials. Some feel that it was an improper display that perhaps showed some acceptance of a murderous … Continue reading

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The Way It Turned Out

Tonight is Major League Baseball’s annual All-Star Game. This year’s game will be played in Los Angeles. You may remember that last year’s game was scheduled to be played in Atlanta, but was moved to Denver. Major League Baseball said … Continue reading

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Reasoning with the Unreasonable

I recently read a pro-abortion newspaper article that began with this statement—“If you oppose abortion, do not have one.” No doubt the writer thought that she had said something so profound that her wisdom could not be refuted. Her statement … Continue reading

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Moving Toward No-Kill

The headline of a story on page four of today’s edition of the Lexington Herald-Leader read—“Pet adoption, fostering could move state toward no-kill”. This seems like a direction that would be agreeable to almost everyone. Who wouldn’t be in favor … Continue reading

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Narrow-Minded

Sometimes people accuse Christians of being narrow-minded. They say that followers of Jesus should have a broader view of moral and social issues. They even maintain that Jesus would not be so narrow-minded—that he would share their wider acceptance of … Continue reading

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A Christian Response to “Pride Month”

For the past several years homosexuals and their supporters have designated June as “Pride Month”, a time when the homosexual lifestyle is celebrated with various promotions and festivities. They are certainly welcome to choose to live their lives as they … Continue reading

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No Oscars for Me

I did not see Will Smith slap Chris Rock at the Oscar’s award ceremony this past Sunday night. I long ago decided that this award show is not for me. I do not enjoy hearing members of the Hollywood elite … Continue reading

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