Tag Archives: moral issues

Backwards

I recently stayed in some accommodations where the faucet on one of the sinks worked the opposite of the way a faucet normally operates. Instead of turning it counterclockwise to turn on the water, you had to turn it clockwise. … Continue reading

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Godliness and Prosperity

Now that the dust has settled from the results of the election in Kentucky this past Tuesday, maybe it is time for a little reflection on what happened. I consider myself an optimist, but I am somewhat cautious about the … Continue reading

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Character to Lead

According to the most recent polls, it appears that Kentuckians will once again elect a pro-abortion governor. I find this strange, seeing so many church steeples dotting the landscape of our state. It seems as though many people do a … Continue reading

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Bad Business Slogan

It’s good that people are once again talking about the right to life. Another great moral issue of our times has dominated the conversation this year, and it seemed that the discussion about abortion was being neglected. Planned Parenthood has … Continue reading

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Which J.C. Is Right?

I just read that former president Jimmy Carter said that he thinks that Jesus would be okay with “gay marriage”. This is the same Jimmy Carter who has for years defended abortion rights. So, if you’re keeping score on the … Continue reading

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Teachers Beware

I have long been disappointed in Jimmy Carter because of his position favoring abortion rights. Now I have learned that Carter also supports homosexual marriage. How can someone who has taught Sunday School in a Baptist church for so many … Continue reading

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Better Way

The United Way of the Bluegrass (central Kentucky area) has just suspended $96,000 in annual funding to the Boy Scouts of America’s Blue Grass Council. The decision was made because of the Boy Scouts’ national policy of not allowing homosexuals … Continue reading

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Good vs. Evil

“Good people can’t stand the sight of deliberate evil; the wicked can’t stand the sight of well-chosen goodness.”—Proverbs 29:27 (The Message).   This verse of Scripture explains the on-going polarization of the United States regarding moral issues. While some wonder … Continue reading

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Wonderfully Made

January 20 is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday this year. Today, many Christians will contemplate the value of human life. They will celebrate the life that God has given them. They will enjoy the presence of loved ones in their … Continue reading

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Evolving Into What?!

President Obama has officially announced that he is in favor of homosexual “marriage”. He says that his position has been “evolving”. I suppose his present stance on this important moral issue can be explained by 20 years of listening to … Continue reading

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