Wise in Our Own Eyes

Being wise in our own eyes is a dangerous thing, whatever form it takes – whether excessively severe with regards to disciplining the body, or else rabidly licentious.More

Book Review: ‘The Civil War as a Theological Crisis’ by Mark A. Noll

If you want to understand the American Civil War better, read Mark A. Noll’s book – The Civil War as a Theological Crisis. In it you will find that before the question of slavery was a political or military question to be answered on the battlefield, it was a theological question. How we read and interpret…More

150 Years of Democrat Violence and Intimidation

In reading¬†Ron Chernow’s biography of Ulysses S. Grant, we can see just how little has changed in 150 years. Tyrannical Democrats are still willing to lie, steal, cheat, and murder their way into power and to use all the same to hold onto whatever power they get. And squishy moderate Republicans are as willing and ready as ever to abandon their principles as soon as it becomes clear the fighting is going to take longer than 15-minutes.More