The Worship of Mammon — 1909 painting by Evelyn De Morgan. (from here) Ark is a blogger who spends much of his time harassing Christians with innumerable questions. Occasionally he asks one that I think worth answering. Out of interest though, how do you imagine I worship stuff? https://barabbasme.wordpress.com/2023/01/05/thursday-thoughts-what-is-truth-p-pilate/comment-page-1/#comment-247 The Worship of Stuff What does post-Christian America look... Continue Reading →
If you have not seen this, you are missing something really important, a well stated argument against allowing our government to force its climate change agenda upon us.
Here are a couple references.
This links to a news article that describes the speech: https://nypost.com/2023/01/19/konstantin-kisins-blasts-woke-brainwashing-of-young-minds/
This link contains the entire speech: https://youtu.be/zJdqJu-6ZPo
This is a relatively long video, but Mike Winger examines seven memes. So, it would be quite easy to break up into seven sessions. It would also be well worth the trouble.
Here is some great insight from Mike Winger. Frequently online, we will run into these memes. Mike Winger gives effective ways to refute them.
Mike Winger is the featured teacher of BibleThinker online ministry. He graduated from the School of Ministry at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa and was ordained in 2006. He has since served in various ministries with a primary focus on being a pastor for the youth, up until a few years ago when the growth and the demands of his online ministry have significantly increased. Mike has since transitioned into laboring full time with BibleThinker to provide free teaching content worldwide.
Reading and obeying the law by Library of Congress is licensed under CC-CC0 1.0 In LAWLESSNESS — PART 1, we considered what distinguishes a Lawless society from a Lawful society. We made the observation a lawless society looks like a totalitarian state, whereas a lawful society seeks to protect the people's God-given rights to life, liberty,... Continue Reading →