Monthly Archives: November 2010

Sustainable Communities – A Transformation of Virginia

The image above is from Green Sustainable Communities, links, videos. If you like a good scare, I highly recommend it. I just discovered Virginia’s Campaign For Liberty Blog. Here is an example post, Sustainable Communities – A Transformation of Virginia, by Donna Holt. How … Continue reading

Posted in Environment, unraveling, VA-Blogs | 15 Comments

WHAT DO CHRISTIANS HAVE TO DO WITH GOVERNMENT? — PART 4

After wondering what to write about, I decided to finish reviewing Nullifying Tyranny: Creating Moral Communities in an Immoral Society. My posts about Nullifying Tyranny have not been especially popular. Nevertheless, I write mostly for my own instruction. I just hope if … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Constitution, religion | 2 Comments

REJOICE, BE THANKFUL AND CONTENT

In the following passage, the Apostle Paul tells he has learned the secret of contentment. Philippians 4:11-13 (Today’s New International Version, ©2005) I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever … Continue reading

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THE NEED FOR A CULTURE WAR

Why complain about gridlock when you have been highjacked? Since Brian W. Schoeneman kindly consented to accept my compliment to him (here), this post continues an interesting debate. The Crux Of This Debate In the last post, COMPROMISE AND THE CULTURE WAR, … Continue reading

Posted in culture, religion, unraveling | 4 Comments

COMPROMISE AND THE CULTURE WAR

This post, “WHAT IS A GOOD COMPROMISE?“, started an interesting debate. This is my reply to one of Brian W. Schoeneman comments (see here). To put what I write here in context, I suggest reading “WHAT IS A GOOD COMPROMISE?” … Continue reading

Posted in culture, economy, unraveling | 4 Comments