In the third chapter of Isaiah, we read a number of things which I dare say will never be adequately expressed in Veggie Tales, flannelgraphs, or Illustrated Children’s Bibles.
Just having finished up Lincoln’s Last Trial: The Murder Case That Propelled Him to the Presidency by Dan Abrams and David Fisher, I am struck by a couple of things.
As C.S. Lewis once famously put it, “…those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”
The National Archives online catalogue is now putting trigger warnings on America’s founding documents, according to reporting by Emily Zanotti at The Daily Wire.
The Lord is helping me to realize that curbing my own unnecessary and inappropriate irritation necessitates doing all I can about what is actually my part in all this.
What is regarded as agreed in common changes from day to day. And from one year to the next, popularity ebbs and flows. What then should the Christian make of popularity?
The Colorado city which would eventually be renamed after Horace Greeley was a mere 11-years-old when Sill wrote about the king’s son picking up the blunt thing.
Labor Day Weekend 2021 caps off my first week back after quarantine for my wife’s positive COVID test. And I find myself pensive about nearly a decade in the Oil & Gas industry.
What is likely to happen if a 6-3 majority on the U.S. Supreme Court upholds rather than overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case which legalized abortion?
The first step to solving problems is admitting problems. But those unwilling to admit trouble are impervious to calls from problem solvers to participate in troubleshooting.