A World Without the Concept of Sin?
If you are like me, you look around at the world around you and are stunned at how much has changed and at how quickly it has changed. Things formerly unthinkable are being hailed as acceptable and even celebrated. Infanticide, cross-dressing boys dancing before gay men and naked transvestites in bars and clubs, and the … Continue reading
On the Death of Charles Manson
There is within the heart of every man, woman and child a longing for justice. Oh, this longing is not necessarily a result of any conscience understanding of the image of God in whom we are all made. Nor is it a reflection of a yearning to abide by His moral law. Without regeneration, such … Continue reading
A Tale of Two Nations
Over four hundred years ago, a group of men and women set foot upon the shores of our nation with the hope of a new life before them. Accustomed to civilized society in Europe and the benefits that it provided, life was difficult for the Pilgrims. In fact, due to starvation and disease 80% of … Continue reading
Requiem for a Nation
So this is how liberty dies…with thunderous applause -George Lucas The month of June 2015 will go down as one of the most significant and dark times in American history. In mid-June, the nation was shocked as a young man mercilessly took the lives of 9 parishioners in a AME church in Charleston, South … Continue reading