Monthly Archives: August 2014

Tho’ts on Boys

Just the other night Shirley and I watched a TV show describing the influence Jewish lyricists and librettists have had on American musical theater.  Much of their work reflected their heritage as part of an oppressed people — outsiders, maligned … Continue reading

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If you could push the pause button

[Do you like “what if” questions or do they simply annoy you. I just came across the following “prayer” by Cappy Hall Rearick. It contains a “what if” vision that fascinates me and really makes me sad that I don’t … Continue reading

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UK social policies undermine work and family while rewarding hedonism and sloth

Originally posted on WINTERY KNIGHT:
Dina tweeted this article by Jill Kirby from the UK Daily Mail, which helps to show how government can punish good behavior, and reward destructive behavior – simply by transferring wealth. Look: Over recent decades,…

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Principles of the New Sexual Morality

[The following is an article by Alastair Roberts that I discovered on The Gospel Coalition Blog.  As one who spends a fair amount of time grumbling about the crumbling of decency and morality in our culture and the downward spiral … Continue reading

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