"Politics and religion don't mix," is one of the popular catch-phrases of our day. Many evangelicals have even shown disgust and have thrown up their hands in frustration at the idea of intertwining the two anymore and some go so far as to say the 1st century church and the apostles did not concern themselves… Continue reading Politics & religion DO mix, according to the New Testament
Siri, one of the latest popular features on Apple's iPhone, seems like a real state-of-the-art way to use a smart phone. You give an iPhone voice commands to carry out various functions. IBM, a company known to embrace technological advances, is not too keen on the function. As a matter of fact, IBM has prohibited… Continue reading iPhone’s Siri banned from IBM’s employees over confidentiality
At the risk of being censored by Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other search engines as well as being censored by the social media networks like Facebook in their campaign of calling the gospel truth "hate speech," I've decided to weigh in on the gay marriage issue anyway in light of President Obama endorsing it. Since… Continue reading Did Jesus Christ ever define marriage?
The Big Bang theory is correct in its claims that our universe, including Earth, suddenly came into being out of nothing, but it has many weaknesses. Many astrophysicists have embraced the Big Bang as a tool to try to tear down what the Bible says and many Christians have embraced the Big Bang as a… Continue reading Contradicting the Bible reveals astronomers’ weaknesses
Dr. Mary C. Neal's life was changed 13 years ago on a kayaking vacation to Chile in January 1999. She had grown up in church with regular church attendance and a confession of faith in Christ, but admits her adult years saw a lack of commitment to the Christian faith. This was especially true as… Continue reading Wyoming doctor testifies of life-after-death experience
The controversial National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 which was signed by the President a few months ago, was ruled on yesterday by U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest after several plaintiffs filed suit. Judge Forrest handed down an injunction preventing part of the law from being enforced. She was of the opinion that… Continue reading Parts of National Defense law blocked
As American patriot Thomas Paine once said, "These are the times that try men's souls." It has become so easy to get entangled in the things that war against our very souls. Distresses, if they have not targeted us, seem to be always waiting in the wings looking for the perfect time to strike. Many… Continue reading God blesses in the midst of distresses
In 2010 a bill was constructed called the Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, but it failed because it would have given the President an internet kill switch. Now another act will come before the Senate this week called the Cyber Security Act of 2012 that is raising red flags again. The new act… Continue reading New Cybersecurity Act causes privacy concerns
I recently read a letter a columnist got from a man claiming he was Lutheran with "sound religious faith." But there was one problem the letter writer just couldn't reconcile or understand. How is it possible, he wondered, that God is a Trinity? So he drew the conclusion that he would only pray to God… Continue reading Is the Trinity really all that important?
For a while now, I've avoided listening to secular top 40, R & B, & hip hop music because of its ungodliness. It's bad enough that there's cursing, but I can definitely see how these people are just blatantly worshiping Satan. This is nothing new. It really took off with the rebellion of the late… Continue reading Mindbender, soul render: how Satan is blowin’ up the music charts