There's been a lot of talk lately about whether or not there are Gay Christians. There's been a book written about it. And then another book written in response to the first book. And before you write this off as another example of dispensable doctrinal discrimination, let's take a peek at how each side frames the debate. Conservatives believe… Continue reading The Question of Homosexuality, Part 1: What Are The Stakes?
I won't rehash everything I said in Part 1, except to say that if you haven't read it, you'll be missing all the context of my remarks here. The upshot is that we simply don't have the option of "just believe the women," since that would incentivize dirty politics, false accusations, and outright blackmail. We… Continue reading The Impossible Obligations of Sexual Harassment Allegations – Part 2
I'll never forget when I first heard the accusations. A man I had always respected, who symbolized traditional Christian values, had been accused of sexual misconduct. I didn't believe it. This must be a setup or a shakedown. There's no way that man would do what these women said he did. I refused to believe it. It… Continue reading The Impossible Obligations of Sexual Harassment Allegations – Part 1
Amid the hoopla over the GOP Tax Reform bill (which still isn't a tax increase), very little analysis has considered the likely effect on Obamacare, and the likelihood of an Obamacare repeal, now that tax reform has passed. To understand why Tax Reform is a game-changer for Obamacare, you have to understand how the Congressional… Continue reading Why Tax Reform May Be The End Of Obamacare
Among the silliest objections to the Senate's Tax Reform bill is the notion that the bill actually increases taxes. Despite its incredible lack of plausibility (Republicans raising taxes? Seriously?) this claim is still being repeated ad nauseam. This is one of the worst recent examples of media malpractice/blatant fake news. In more detail: 1. Literally… Continue reading FACT CHECK: Does The GOP Tax Reform Bill Raise Taxes?
Psalm 1:2 famously tells us that the blessed man delights in the Law of the Lord, and meditates on God’s Law day and night. But verse 3 deserves just as much of our attention: “He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither. In all… Continue reading The Only Way Out of Spiritual Bondage
I don't know about you, but I want power. I'm just being honest. I wish I was President. Like many of you, I think I could do a better job of being President than Donald Trump is currently doing (I may be wrong about that, but I don't think so). I think I could be… Continue reading I Want Power.