Shane Vander Hart discusses how Christians should engage social media, promote civility, and discern fake news with veteran Christian blogger Joe Carter.
To heal a divided nation we need to practice civility, encourage federalism, and recognize that politics won’t restore our culture, only the Gospel can.
Shane Vander Hart: Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee should take notes from former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal on how to appeal to Never Trump.
Christians are to demonstrate civility and exercise charity even in the political realm, especially with those whom we disagree to maintain credibility.
Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI) made a quick trip to Iowa after being named as Mitt Romney’s running mate on Saturday. He took part in something that has become a tradition at the Iowa State Fair – The Des Moines Register’s Soapbox. He was greeted by approximately 2000 (conservative guess) fair goers and a number of […]
We had a situation arise working today at Sam’s Club that got me thinking a bit. We had an employee who was struggling to get grocery store carts into the store when a man in a pickup for whatever reason decided to start verbally lashing out at him. The man in the pickup started calling […]
Miscellany for the weekend… Ben Terry: Why God exercises His sovereignty in the eternal salvation of mankind Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN): Helen Needs to Go! Christian Reader: The Fear of God New York Post: Iman Unmosqued First Things: On The Square: Israel’s Boycott Saves Lives Heavenly Springs: The Already, Not Yet Kingdom of Jesus Times […]
I’m not really a fan of the National Prayer Breakfast. I see it as a ecumenical politicized love fest that is so vague about faith that it means virtually nothing at all. I’m also amazed at prayer breakfasts like this how little prayer actually happens. President Obama in his remarks this morning gave a nod […]
Miscellany before the weekend. Enjoy! Fred Barnes: Virginia Moves Back to the Right Stand to Reason: Snake with a Foot: Freak, Not Transition by Melinda Penner A-Team Blog: Does The Church Have Authority by David Nilsen Desiring God: The Metrics of Success Christians in Context: Why Theology Sucks Challies: On Visiting Saddleback Church Al Mohler: […]
Should we be fearful of political violence? Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks so, and said that the current rhetoric reminds her of what she witnessed in San Francisco in the 1970s. ABC News has a video of this statement. Transcript below. Q: Madam Speaker, in terms of the political tone, the tone of the debate, Hoyer […]
1. “Envy, Equality, and Economic Destruction” by Amy Hall The idea that some are more wealthy–sometimes much more wealthy–than others is very disturbing to the Left. They believe they hold the moral position with their policies because they are working toward equality. The problem is that it is not fair or just to enforce an […]