Brian Myers: The Evangelical church is in trouble. It’s in trouble because it’s compromising the truth and conforming to the world which is nothing new.
I am becoming increasingly convinced that the fight for our culture is over, and my side lost. We’re celebrating this great victory of the SCOTUS decision in the Hobby Lobby case, but as I look at what happened and see the aftermath, I don’t feel much like celebrating. Oh, to be sure, I’m glad that […]
I saw this graphic posted on Facebook today. I had every intention of doing some writing about climate change, but having seen this graphic I decided climate change was going to have to wait. My apologies to both Al Gore and President Obama. A response to the question posed in this graphic was in order, and a […]
The Family Leader held its U.S. Senate Family Forum last night at Faith Baptist Bible College in Ankeny, IA. Senatorial candidates Matt Whitaker, Mark Jacobs, Joni Ernst, and Sam Clovis participated in the forum. Erick Erickson, Fox News contributor and founder of RedState.com, moderated the event. Senator Chuck Grassley, Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, and The […]
Planned Parenthood’s president Cecile Richards made a couple of remarkable comments in an interview a couple of weeks ago with Jorge Ramos of Fusion TV. We talked about it on Saturday’s Caffeinated Thoughts Radio show already, but it’s still on my mind and I wanted to write a little about it. The first comment of note was […]
It’s in the news almost constantly now, and I’ve grown weary of it: Gay marriage, gay divorce, gay adoption, gay politicians, gay athletes, gay entertainers, and legislation dealing with all things gay. I’d much rather be writing about something else, like Obamacare’s stranglehold on job creation for instance. Or maybe the truly stunning fact that […]
The following book review is by Dr. James Wanliss, Associate Professor of Physics, Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC. Introduction: Maslow at the Beach One of the founders of the school of humanistic psychology, Abraham Maslow, is often given credit for the learning theory of the four stages of competence. The first is unconscious incompetence – you don’t know […]