Category Archives: marriage

Refocus and Fortify

Yesterday not only marked the beginning of a new month, but it was the beginning of a new and more intense focus for me.  Both as a husband and as a father, I decided it was time for me to … 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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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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Boldness, Not Silence

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court officially profaned the institution of marriage, usurping the rightful authority of the individual States to preserve it by striking down any statutes or amendments which define it correctly. It goes without saying that this … Continue reading

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“Cultural Christianity” is Over

Yesterday was historic.  I say that because this was the first time in American history that the U.S. Supreme Court openly profaned the institution of marriage.  They actually did so twice in separate cases which affected Federal and State laws, … Continue reading

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My Take on the 2012 Elections

After reading and discerning various Christian perspectives on the 2012 elections which took place last week, I’ve decided to put my own pen to paper regarding the matter.  I usually wait about a week, analyze things with a sober mind, … Continue reading

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The Divine Institution of Marriage

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