Monthly Archives: June 2016

Reflections on Orlando

    When horrific events like mass shootings and other terrorist attacks happen, I think one should wait before making any public comments–especially any kind of extended commentary.  In the immediate wake of these evil acts, emotions run high and … Continue reading

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Evangelicals for Hillary?

In my last post, I made the biblical case against Christians voting for Donald Trump regardless of the fact that he’s the presumptive nominee.  Put another way, there simply is no biblical case for supporting Trump.  I think that was … Continue reading

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The Christian Case Against Donald Trump

This year’s presidential race has been like none other I’ve ever seen.  It’s been unprecedented and unpredictable.  Most of the time, it’s been a sad and depressing spectacle to behold.  Before the Iowa Caucuses, I gave my endorsement to Senator … Continue reading

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Meaningless Boycotts

I don’t like it when I have to criticize fellow Christians, but there are indeed times when constructive criticism is necessary.  Iron sharpens iron, right?  The recent movement to boycott corporations like Target is an area of concern.  I say … Continue reading

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