Monthly Archives: December 2017

What If – Jesus?

I only know about Judge Andrew P. Napolitano because I’ve seen him as a legal matters commentator on the Fox News Channel.  For some reason I was a bit surprised when I read the Washington Times this morning, 12/28/17, and … Continue reading

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Beware the Star Wars Worldview

Here is a timely reminder regarding the need for critical thinking regarding what we watch and read as we go through life.  This  is an excellent Randy Alcorn article regarding exercising caution when watching the newest Star Wars movie.  It … Continue reading

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Backstory for My Favorite Christmas Hymn

My favorite Christmas song is the much loved O Holy Night.   Through a http://www.thecripplegate.com  blogpost by Clint Archer (see HERE)  I learned that there is a rich history behind the hymn.  That backstory is related masterfully by author Ace Collins in … Continue reading

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John Newton and the Christmas Message

Christians know that the miracle at the manger was not complete until the incarnate Christ of the cross declared that “It is finished.”  By His statement Jesus referred to His marvelous act of redemption whereby God’s saving and sustaining grace … Continue reading

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My Friend Dean Walley

My Friend Dean Walley Dean was a dear friend.  We met while we were students at the University of Missouri. At the time Dean was just transitioning from the UM School of Law to the School of Journalism (J School). … Continue reading

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Christmas the Holiday is a Holy Day

I’m so very happy that the Washington Times carries Rebecca Hagelin’s “Inside the Culture” articles. They’re wonderful, God honoring, pieces that are so very refreshing as they appear right in the midst of an essentially secular newspaper. Ms. Hagelin’s article … Continue reading

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Real Peace in an Age of Turmoil

The Christmas season is an excellent time to consider the nature of Jesus’ presence with us.  The prophet Isaiah described Him in the following way: “For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us; … Continue reading

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