Getting Perspective In A Cemetery

How would you rank a doughnut shop, a cemetery and a running track in order of healthiest to unhealthy? Most likely you would say a running track is the healthiest. Next would probably be the doughnut shop. And the least healthy place any person in their right mind could imagine himself is a cemetery, although frequent purveying of the doughnut shop might put you there a little sooner. Continue reading

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Excerpts from “The Danger of Evolution in Politics”

“Constitutions based on the Judeo Christian value system are the fairest the world has ever known. Only cultures shaped by this value system lead to environments of freedom and possibility thinking. As Christianity is the most pragmatic of the world’s religions and is the core of Western thought, liberal assaults and experiments as they are defined today should be stopped if America wants to continue in greatness.”

“The liberal view that war is unnecessary is fantasaical. It is based on the faulty assumption from evolution that discounts the depth of evil that resides in the heart of man. The Christian explanation of a curse placed on the earth and the depravity of man better fits reality as to why we have problems.”

“The political equivalent of naturalism and evolution is ‘progressive’ which believes that everything is getting better and if it feels good do it.”

“If we’re just overgrown blobs of biology from an ancient cosmic accident in some prebiotic soup, then there is no soul, no spirit, no immaterial side of man, no moral law, no code of ethics, no trust, no integrity. Life is a hopeless free for all leading men to take their own revenge, despots to rule for their lusts, murder, divorce, and immorality to reign without consequence.  Nazi Germany tried this at it failed based on the tenet’s of evolution. The resulting consequences and chaos testify that moral law does exist despite our attempts to redefine it. For these reasons, naturalism and evolution leading to sensuality go against the purpose of civil law and the order of government.”

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The Danger of Evolution in Politics

Evolution is an extremely dangerous theory. It’s not only a theory, but a poor one that has dominated the mind of academia around the world. The basic premise of evolution is that things are getting better and better, and life is evolving into higher and higher forms. Evolution is a late child from the age of empiricism where man came to believe only what could be understood with the physical senses, under a microscope or through a telescope.  Continue reading

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Launching Into Life From The Safe Place

David is one of the most admired men in Scripture. He not only was a great warrior but had a soft heart before the Lord, the combination very attractive. David shows that the faith works. As pragmatists, we want to know the ways of the Lord work. Continue reading

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Is Christianity For Wimps?

There is a notion today that if one comes to Christ he is weak and needs a crutch. The charge is baffling coming from a world that has lost it’s way. With economic problems in red line territory, social ills like divorce and mental illness at all time highs, narcissism and selfishness at fever pitch, cursing, violence, and immorality the new family values, and an overall intellectual deterioration of the average mind, perhaps the world is the phony and leaning on the wrong things. Maybe this charge of Christians needing a crutch stems from a corrosive envy onto those who appear ignorantly happy. Continue reading

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