Cheryl and I went to see G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra this afternoon. She even suggested it. After I picked my jaw off the floor, I said sure and checked the matinee times since the kids were with friends. This must have been her anniversary present to me (we celebrated our 16th yesterday) offering a […]
This has been making the rounds late this week. Then Private Citizen Ronald Reagan in 1961 speaks out against socialized medicine. You’d think he was speaking on this 48 years later. Wow. One of the few times someone out of Hollywood expresses common sense.
My phone went dead on Sunday, and Monday after I finally found a charger I was able to retrieve some voicemail messages. One was from my Uncle Russ who lives in Eldora. He couldn’t get a hold of my parents to let them know they were all right after Sunday’s storm. Having been up in […]
Continuing looking at how the American Evangelical mind has been shaped, Mark Noll in The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind first saw how revivalism made an impact on its development. At the time what the First Amendment accomplished was something that was totally unique. Many came to the American colonies for the purposes of religious […]