This week on The Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, our host, Shane Vander Hart, discusses the recent firing of Kevin Williamson, a prolific conservative writer, at The Atlantic over his views on abortion and capital punishment.
Prominent author, pastor and sociologist Dr. Tony Campolo said that he no longer wants to be considered an evangelical. Shane Vander Hart says he isn’t.
Democrats advocate in their 2016 draft platform ending the death penalty for murders and forcing taxpayers to fund the murder of innocent, preborn babies.
Will NAE adopt the habit of mainline Protestants to jettison traditional teachings by votes among select elites in vain pursuit of wider social approval?
Brian Myers: We unapologetically assert that our Christian faith is paramount in our thinking with respect to law, government, and public policy.
I previously reported on the voting public’s positions on various issues and their stance opposing Democrat positions. A plurality (44 percent) are fiscal Conservatives while a small minority (11 percent) are fiscal Liberals. 2/3 want the border controlled before dealing with any other possible illegal immigrant solutions. The numbers regarding educating illegal immigrants gets more […]
I recently listened to the audio version of John Grisham’s book The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town. It’s a story primarily about Ron Williamson, an ex-baseball star with developing mental issues who is convicted of a murder he did not commit. I was in the midst of one of my ordinary […]
1. Chris at Homeward Bound makes a great case for how faithful followers of Jesus can be in favor of capital punishment. Something that “progressive” evangelicals and other liberals say isn’t possible. If we want to be faithful followers of Jesus, we have to let our faith inform every aspect of our lives – not […]
1. John H. Walton, Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College & Graduate School, lectures on “Genesis and Cosmology” (click his picture to get to his lecture and power point presentation). It expanded my view of Genesis 1 and its context. He contends that Genesis 1 doesn’t address the time span for matter or structures […]