Carl Trueman sees the future of Protestantism after passage of the (*ahem*) Respect for Marriage Act, and it’s not pretty:
As Congress pushes through the codification of gay marriage, I think it’s important to clarify exactly what the whole “gay marriage” debate is all about.
Part of the battle to transform America into a pro-life country is to re-establish the idea that children are not a burden but a blessing. Not just any old blessing, either–one of the greatest blessing God gives.
I recently had the chance to write an op-ed for the Babylon Bee titled “Why Does Satire Keep Coming True?” It’s in the subscribers-only premium section, so if you’re a subscriber head on over and enjoy. If you’re not a subscriber, here’s just a taste of that sweet, sweet semi-serious content that could be yours … Read more
A couple of great articles about the rifts among evangelicals cause by different responses to the ongoing culture war.
I read a bunch of books in 2021, and you, dear reader, are the one who benefits. Don’t waste hours digging through the remainders at Dollar Tree looking for your next read. Just waste a few minutes right here and get some much better options.
To give a sense of perspective, this page presents a compare/contrast look at facts relating to Jan. 6th, 2021 and the BLM riots of the summer of 2020. Lots of links and background information there, including a handy table featuring tidbits like these: Police Officers Assaulted: Jan 6 – 140; BLM – 2037 Federal Charges … Read more
Here’s another post chock-full of information that I wanted to link here in case I (or you, dear reader) wanted to refer back to it in the future. Some highlights of coronavirus reality tidbits: There has been NO unusual excess mortality. The press has called 2020 the UK’s “deadliest year since world war two”, but this … Read more
After my recent post on why I don’t like Christian music, I don’t want to seem like I’m just picking on Christian music. Because you know what else is stale and boring? Secular pop music. But is it boring for the same reasons? Well, yeah, partly. Rick Beato, who knows more about music than any … Read more
Whenever I tell people that I don’t like praise & worship music, they usually take it as a sign I have a dark, empty void where my soul should be, like a vampire or a zombie or a Facebook employee, and so I’m most likely doomed to hellfire and damnation. I try to explain that … Read more
After a wave of progressive jurisprudence in the 1960’s and ’70’s led to an America that made the “Death Wish” and “Dirty Harry” movies seen like feel-good romps, conservative legal minds decided that something had to be done to counteract the influence of liberal activism in American courts. That something was the Federalist Society, an … Read more
The last time I wanted to make a big to-do about my birthday, Showbiz Pizza was still a thing, with its janky simulations of jugband critters and state-of-the-art flashy blinky machines. Now at age 50, I myself have become a janky critter simulation, and I don’t do nearly as much flashing and blinking as I used to.