Category Archives: Law

Obama Administration warns every public school in America

What does it tell us about the Obama administration when they act as if the most urgent matter facing our country is the transgender debate? Enough is enough! They’re coming for our children. We cannot allow this intolerant coercion to control our schools and our lives! Continue reading

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Supreme Court – police officer wrongly demoted

A New Jersey police officer was demoted for picking up a political campaign sign for his bedridden mother. Continue reading

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Thinking deeply on marriage, gender and sexuality

Five audio messages to invite deeper reflection and conversation on marriage, gender and sexuality. Continue reading

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Only one response to Bruce Jenner’s sex change is allowed

Our society is increasingly controlled by a small group of people who tell the rest of us what we’re allowed to think and say on select moral issues. Continue reading

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No belief is true for everyone

“Nothing is universally true.”
“All generalizations are false.”
“No belief is true for everyone.”
“Everything is relative.”
“Everyone’s beliefs are true or false only relative to himself.” Continue reading

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The logic on redefining marriage

Marriage is available to everyone. Continue reading

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The Death of Character

More than a decade ago, James Davison Hunter, (University of Virginia) wrote: “The Death of Character: Moral Education in an Age Without Good or Evil.” Hunter’s observations remain sobering for us today. He described the daunting task we face as … Continue reading

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Seven guidelines for understanding the Old Testament

The laws revealed in the Old Testament were not originally given for us to follow today as God’s will for our lives. Those who follow the Bible should not quote laws directed to Israel as if they are God’s will for people today unless verified in the New Testament. Continue reading

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Celebrate the Resurrected Judge!

The most important court appointment has already been made. It is an appointment to the highest judiciary seat possible and it covers the entire human race. Continue reading

Posted in Christian worldview, Christology, Coming of Christ, Cross of Christ, Crucifixion, Death of Christ, Easter, Fear of death, Jesus Christ, Judging others, Judgment seat of Christ, Justice, Law, Sovereignty, Supreme Court, United States, Worldview | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Supreme court case

Imagine that Obamacare mandated provision of health insurance for the abortion procedure itself. Would you feel that companies like Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties had a right to refuse to support it? Sound like a stretch? Continue reading

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