Who doesn’t love the Dr. Seuss books? They’re particularly delightful to read aloud to children! One of the most fanciful is Horton Hears a Who! in which an elephant hears a cry for help from a speck of dust that, amazingly, contains a whole community of tiny creatures. Ultimately, Horton protects and saves the community … Read moreWHO Will Horton Hear?
If any issue is a hot potato today, a subject that divides people as few others do, it’s the so-called “LGBTQ” (and other variations) Rights. As I write this, the national assembly of one of America’s largest Christian denominations is deliberating the matter—and, regardless of the final vote, strident discord and schism are inevitable. I, … Read moreWhose Rights?
Just the other day we received Open Doors USA’s World Watch List 2019, their annual publication regarding the persecution of Christians around the world. Their statistical summary is reproduced here. Suffice it to say, for now, that things are not getting better. A great deal of very specific prayer is urgently needed! A few years … Read moreFreedom of Worship vs Freedom of RELIGION
Twenty-first century western discourse avoids pejorative words and expressions at almost all costs. Rioting, vandalism, burning, stealing and even murder are generally identified, with great apparent sadness and regret, as “tragedies” or “disasters” rather than what they truly are: crimes. Those who express their inner frustrations or selfish desires by “acting out” in a criminal … Read moreThe Criminal Element
Who is “the enemy”? Perhaps the cartoon character Pogo said it most succinctly: “We have met the enemy and he is US.” That is to say, wherever we are engaged in moral struggle, the top challenge is to come to grips with our own moral weakness and failures. Those who oppose, or dislike, or even … Read moreWe have met the enemy…