Tag Archives: intolerance

Questioning Tolerance

In just about every aspect of life following the crowd will seem like the right and certainly the easiest path to take.  But, the Kingdom way is rarely the way of the world.  Here is a The Gospel Coalition (HERE … 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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Weighing in on the Chick-fil-A Fray

For me, personally, marriage means a covenant relationship between one man and one woman the way it is described in the Bible. The way it is described or defined by civil law and the judiciary and other people falls within … Continue reading

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Is anything Wrong Anymore?

Is it ok for a person to do whatever they want to do? Are there any things you can do which are wrong? You might get the impression from the growing list of things which were previously considered wrong but … Continue reading

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