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Great Quote: Camille Paglia
Author, intellectual, and cultural critic, Camille Paglia, is outspoken about her atheism, feminism, and homosexuality but is also a frequent critic of all of these things. Here is a typical quote from The Morning News interview with Robert Birnbaum (Aug. 2005): “So I am very concerned about the cultural future of the United States in…Read More
Conscience: Accuser and Defender
In explaining that everyone has the moral law within them, Paul says in Rom. 2:14-15 that the Gentiles are a law for themselves even though they don’t have the law (Scripture) “since they show that the requirements of the law are written on their hearts, their consciences also bearing witness, and their thoughts now accusing,…Read More
What is Secularism?
You’re probably accustomed to thinking about secularism as anything non-religious. That’s partially true, but that doesn’t explain its appeal or its power to influence the culture. Secularism means current = authoritative. The ideas and values of today’s culture are the standard by which all other ideas are judged. Anything that came on the scene before…Read More
Government and The Little Red Hen
From the Guilford County Commissioners’ Meeting 4/7/11:Read More
Way to Go Lil’ Wayne!
Yes, those are five words I thought I would never say. But consider LW’s comment reported in World Magazine after he read the Bible for the first time during a stint in prison last year: “It was deep! Like the parts where some character was once this, but he ended up being that. Like he’d…Read More
Be a Fork in the Road
Missionary Jim Elliot who gave his life for the gospel in Equador said, “Father, bring those I contact to decision. Let me not be a milepost on a single road; make me a fork in the road, that men must turn one way or another when they face Christ in me.” We should make every…Read More
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