Category Archives: Quoted Out Of Context

WHO WILL YOUR PROVIDER BE?

Many thanks and a hearty H/T to A True American Hero (notablequotesnsuch.wordpress.com). In DO YOU THINK MIGHT MAKE RIGHT? — PART 1, I sought to answer a question: Why I Choose To Talk About The Application Of Christian Theology To Politics? In … Continue reading

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CONSIDERING ANOTHER VIEW

Who Is E. W. Jackson? Is E. W. Jackson an honorable man? To a large extent, that depends upon who we ask, not what Jackson says or does. It’s counterintuitive. If we want people to know where we stand, does … Continue reading

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CONFUSING WHAT WE WANT GOD TO BE WITH GOD IS

When Americans criticize Christianity for being mean, nasty, and delusional, I am generally baffled.  How can we not know better? Yet Jesus predicted this sort of thing (John 15:18-27). Even though I once did it myself, I still do not entirely understand … Continue reading

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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS AND GOVERNMENT — PART 12

This is the last post in a series on the Ten Commandments. The first post set the stage and explained objectives of the series. The next ten posts considered each of the commandments in reverse order. Thus, in the post just previous … Continue reading

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WHO IS THE INFAMOUS CINDY WILLIAMS?

Various Conservative blogs have been publishing some variation on the following piece. Even though they reference Snopes.com, they still have it wrong. Oops! What do WE THE PEOPLE think is FAIR PAY for those who stand on the front lines of combat in … Continue reading

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