Category Archives: culture

The Basest of Cultures

In the grand sweep of history, the United States of America are but a blip in the timeline.  Since the end of World War II, we’ve been recognized as the most powerful nation in the world.  The late 20th century … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the 2016 Elections

This matter is by the decree of the watchers, and the demand by the word of the holy ones: to the intent that the living may know that the most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it … Continue reading

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What is “Hipsteranity”?

I’ve seen the term “Hipsteranity” floating around, here and there, in various places across the internet.  To the best of my knowledge, no one has actually defined this term at any length or in any substantive way.  If that’s truly … Continue reading

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By What Standard is Incest Wrong?

  That’s not a title for a subject I ever thought I’d have to write about on this blog, but there it is.  Sadly, we have to openly ask such a question in America in 2016.  What prompted a cultural discussion about … Continue reading

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Statism, BLM, and Unity

In the aftermath of yesterday’s shooting in Dallas, many Americans think the storm is raging in our nation right now.  I disagree.  As others have opined, we will likely look back upon 2016 as the calm before the storm.  Things … Continue reading

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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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