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Two Kingdom Talk about Homosexuality and Christianity Part One

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In a recent column posted at the ChristianPost.com I urged Christians to more carefully distinguish between our approach to homosexuality as citizens of heaven and our approach as citizens of this nation.  The basic idea is that Christians shouldn’t conflate the two approaches, even if both are important. This post is my opportunity to take my own advice.

There will be at least two posts in the series.  The first comes not as a Christian, but simply as a citizen of this country.  It is below.

1.  Let us take as our example what happened in California.  … continue reading...

Welkome WND readers!

If you are here after reading my debut on Worldnetdaily.com and would like to comment on the column, this post would be the place.

My column on Worldnetdaily: “Apologetics the Cure for Social Ills?”

The evidence of societal decay is all around us. The California Supreme Court decision is not an isolated event. Despite eight years with a Republican president, much of that with a Republican-controlled legislature, abortion is still legal and rampant, and Roe v. Wade the “law” of the land. The cure, it would seem, is better legislative efforts and more efficient grass-roots campaigning for wholesome … continue reading...

The Atheistic Reaction to the Holmen Cross Situation: Predictable.

Predictable, yes, but whose listening to me?

If you’ve been following my blog on this matter you’ve read about the fact that a church and state issue has popped up right in the town that I live in.  A star which has been on private land for some 40 years and could be lit up as a cross during Easter was included in the purchase to obtain land for municipal services.  Naturally, it was only a matter of time before a hyper-sensitive atheist found himself offended.  The village believes they solved the matter by selling the portion of property that … continue reading...

A Review of the Book “Pomo Timmy” by Michael Ferber 1 Timothy For a Postmodern World

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  • Publisher: Pleasant Word-A Division of WinePress Publishing (February 18, 2008)
  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1414110405
  • ISBN-13: 978-1414110400
  • Website: http://pomotimmy.com/

Book Description:
Who decides what’s right or wrong? Imagine a world where right and wrong or good and evil are determined by society–the majority dictates what is acceptable or unacceptable without regard to morality as spelled out in the Bible or any other religious text. Such a world could be closer than you think, because whether or not we understand postmodernism, it is upon us in this country and in the church, and it brings … continue reading...