Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. True freedom, and being able to live out that freedom freely, implies… Read more The March Against True Freedom Begins With The Denial of Individual Responsibility
I’ve found that one of the best times to listen to Mozart’s Requiem in D-minor is during a rainstorm. There’s… Read more Mozart for Lent: Rex Tremendae
The provocative quote of the week goes to, Charles Spurgeon: “Be a good hater“. The statement, “be a good hater”… Read more Being a Good “Hater”: Righteous Anger & The Rule of Christian Love
Richard Foster once made three profound observations about humility. He stated: ‘…it soon becomes apparent that: 1. Study demands humility.… Read more Humility Wins?
Notes from my recent brief exegetical summary of 2 Corinthians 1:1-11. May it be of some encouragement for you today:… Read more Not All Suffering & Affliction is From God, But God Works Through All Suffering & Affliction
Political correctness in its excessive form is the secular equivalent of Shari’a law. It might not have the full judicial… Read more Political Correctness in its Excessive Form is The Secular Equivalent of Shari’a Law