Monthly Archives: October 2012

Things to Remember

(I know some of this I have talked about in previous articles, but due to the importance of the upcoming election, I wanted to summarize and re-emphasize a few key points.  This is largely addressed to Christians and will appear … Continue reading

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Our Choices Are Our Own

“For this reason, God gave them up to vile passions.  For even the women exchanged the natural use for what is against nature.  Likewise the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust for one another, … Continue reading

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Says Who?

Election cycles bring out the worst in people, even good people.  The trick is to keep attitudes about people separate from viewpoints of people.  We are not going to agree on everything all the time, even as husbands and wives, … Continue reading

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Abortion: Whose Right to Choose?

The God of the Bible, Old and New, has sanctioned, or tolerated, killing.  The Old Testament, particularly, is filled with injunctions, commands, direct and otherwise, which permit warfare (within certain limits), the (then) government’s authority to execute criminals, lawbreakers and … Continue reading

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Let Me Tell You How To Vote!

I recently read a bulletin article at the end of which the author, a good man whose take on most things I agree with, wrote: “I am not wise enough to tell you how to vote.”  He is a smart … Continue reading

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