Monthly Archives: January 2013

Women and the Art of War

As you are likely aware the role of women in our armed forces is about to “officially” expand to include participation in combat operations.  The following article posted in The Gospel Coalition Blog is very enlightening in this regard and … Continue reading

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What’s Happening to the Good Old USA

The following article is by Anand Giridharadas, a commentator who writes for the New York Times.  I find his articles interesting for their insight and lack of the bias which is frequently such a part of such commentaries.  I believe … Continue reading

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Persecuted Christians and the Minority Experience

Whine, whine, whine.  That seems to be my thought theme for several months now and it grew even worse recently when a respected Christian, Louie Giglio, was forced to step down from a previous invitation to lead a prayer at … Continue reading

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Presidential Inauguration Committee: Gigleo Must Go

The following Gospel Coalition Blog posting is by Joe Carter.  I wonder if the mere act of reposting this article, without comment as to its merit or lack thereof, will result in my being labeled as intolerant by those whose … Continue reading

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