Bringing up EV tax credits is not the way to go about having that debate. It was ugly of Senator Graham to take things there, and that is not a winning hand for anyone involved.
I think, then, it would be wise for us all to re-evaluate who is really conserving what. And who is really liberating whom from constraints which are any constraints at all?
I started and finished listening to five audiobooks while I worked over the weekend, for instance. And now that I am feeling a bit more rested and settled, I should tell you about it.
It seems Dr. Biggar has only two categories for rights – the legal rights granted by civil governments, and moral appeals from the governed to be granted more rights by their same.
We must believe truth, honor, justice, purity, and loveliness are real things that exist in order to think on them, much less make an orderly and productive study of them.
By my reading of Paul’s letter to the Romans, God is not scandalized that wrongdoers have His wrath carried out against them, or have terror held for them in the civil magistrates.
Finishing ‘Paul: A Biography’ by N.T. Wright last week, I want to tell you all about it. Rest assured, I have more to say than just that it was “so good and super convicting.”
Let’s talk through the references in this article related to platforms, persons, positions, and principles which are important to Montana, myself, and friends and family across the U.S.
I am not so sure having an ideology and being an idealogue are necessarily bad things. And just because they’re so often presented that way, that doesn’t mean they should be.
Discussion of polity this past week has me wanting to delve into what the various church governments in Christendom are, where they come from, and what we should make of them.