Culture Apologetic / Modesty / Personal Responsibility

Women’s Leggings: Another Point to Consider

Maryann White, a mother with four sons—apparently some of which attend Notre Dame—wrote a letter to the editor of the Observer, the school’s student newspaper, imploring young women not to wear the clingy, spandex leggings that are so popular with women (and have been for a long time). What’s the Big Deal You can read … Continue reading

cryptocurrency / Culture Apologetic / Current Event / Prophecy

Cryptocurrency and the Mark of the Beast?

Watch as this person gets an RFID chip implanted in her hand! (Beware! There is some language in this video.) For many years, Christians have sounded the warning about chip implants being the mark of the beast (or at least the way it could be implemented). Some Christians even worry that someone who has a … Continue reading

Culture Apologetic / Current Event / Homosexulaity / Morality / The Logic

If I Don’t Like It, It Must Be Wrong!

In Matthew Vines’ book, God and the Gay Christian, he shares an amazingly subjective interpretation of Matthew 7:15-20. Here’s the passage from the NIV: 15 “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. 16 By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thorn bushes, or … Continue reading

Culture Apologetic / Current Event

What a Sick Dream: New York’s New Freedom to Kill Babies!

Liberals everywhere are celebrating the news that New Yorkers can kill their babies right up until birth. Sarah Ragle Weddington, the attorney who represented Norma “Jane Roe” McCorvey in the original Roe v. Wade case, apparently commented, “To see New York pass a bill so that right is protected, is just a dream come true.” … Continue reading

Personal Growth / Shame

Stay Away from this Hurtful “Shame-Creating” Statement

I am intimately aware of two “recent-ish” examples where an influential leader with power and influence said to someone under them, “I am so disappointed in you!” Have you ever thought about what that statement means? It doesn’t convey that one is disappointed with the deeds someone has committed. It conveys that one is disappointed … Continue reading