Monthly Archives: August 2015

A case for ending abortion on demand

I remember that when I was about nine or ten years old, about 1950, I had discussions with my little friends about abortion.  That was long before Roe v. Wade (1973).  Now, to be clear, we didn’t use the term, … Continue reading

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Religious Freedom – Or Not

I’m not an alarmist.  Seriously.  I can spot fear mongers and am able to happily ignore the Chicken Littles and their “the sky is falling,” apprehensions.  But, I must confess to a level of anxiety or at least concern regarding … Continue reading

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Respect and gentlemanliness in an age of political correctness and offendedness

For many elites, views not adhering to liberal and progressive orthodoxy don’t have to be addressed or engaged at all.  For them contrary views and opinions are simply met with a dismissive mean swipe sending the message that any dissenter … Continue reading

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Now — How did God do that?

For about 40 years I have followed the so called “war between science and religion,” and have felt wonderfully blessed that I haven’t been called upon to offer an opinion about the nature of the origin of life, the age … Continue reading

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With Marriage “Ain’t Nothing Never Easy or Simple”

Here is a repost of a blog I follow, To Love, Honor, and Vacuum, by Sheila Wray Gregoire.  Having spent hundreds of hours counseling with individuals and couples who experienced marriage difficulties I can truly attest to the basic thesis … Continue reading

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