Tyndale Against Tyranny (Again)


If you own a copy of the Bible in English, you should be thankful for a man named William Tyndale. William Tyndale fought both the government and the established church to give the plowman his own copy of God’s Word. Tyndale held the courage of his convictions firm to the end, translating the New Testament… Continue Reading →

Christian Persecution


There is an occasion of persecution against Christians prevalent in the news right now in the U. K.  The case of Dale McAlpine in Great Britain is getting a lot of press (as it should).  The case is clearly one of persecution.  Mr. McAlpine was neither abusive nor offensive in his actions.  The offense clearly… Continue Reading →

Dark Day Unnoticed


On this Columbus Day, an insidious and cowardly contingent in Congress has speciously passed a defense funding bill with an attachment to it concerning “hate speech.”  On numerous blogs prior to this one, I have sought to disclose reasons to be suspicious of hate crimes legislation.  Hate crimes change the nature of criminal activity and,… Continue Reading →

Biblical Morality–A Crime Against Humanity?


  Current events did not take long to prove Dr. Mohler correct in his assertion yesterday that gay rights has become the centerpiece of a new moral “McCarthyism.” Dr. Mohler’s commentary concerning “The Giglio Imbroglio” has proved prescient. Today, news has come out that an American pastor is being sued for “crimes against humanity” because… Continue Reading →

Who Is Paul Schneider and Why Should We Care?


I have been reading recently about the upcoming challenges to Obamacare in the Supreme Court.  Liberty University has re-filed a case at the direction of the Supreme Court on the basis of Christian liberty. What exactly can the government compel a religious organization to do? That is the question before the court. Church-state relations typically… Continue Reading →

Abortion’s Opposite Effect


When religious zealots pressed down hard on Stephen and the early Christians, they intended to stomp out the nascent movement before it got any traction.  They were unsuccessful.  Chapter 8 of Acts tells the story of how Christianity spread in its early days: It spread through persecution.  Though the leaders of the day intended to… Continue Reading →

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