77 Non-Religious Reasons to Support Traditional Marriage


Jennifer Roback Morse of The Ruth Institute has put together a list of 77 non-religious reasons to support man/woman marriage. While 77 reasons may be a bit of overkill on the subject of traditional marriage, these reasons do indicate that there is a good case to be made for keeping marriage traditional. Dr. Morse has... Continue Reading →

In All Fairness


Here is the story of a wedding (sort of).  One wonders why this particular chapel on the beach was chosen for the union.  Maybe it was the beautiful sunset.  Maybe it was the sandy beach.  Maybe it was the waves.  Or… maybe it was the fact that a Christian ministry owned the seaside chapel.  Maybe... Continue Reading →

Irony of Tolerance


So, in last week's conversation, we ran into a possible impasse concerning tolerance.  The issue surrounded Rick Warren and his invitation to pray at Obama's Inauguration.  Yesterday, the AP ran this story, which demonstrates precisely what I was saying in last week's posts (and comments).  Rick Warren is actually viewed as a model for tolerance,... Continue Reading →

Tolerance Defined


So, in the blog yesterday, I was asked for my definition of tolerance.  Here it is. Tolerance is a warmed up crock of cow dung, in my opinion. It stinks and provides nothing that satisfies.  It is a specious, anti-Christian attempt to redefine issues of truth and justice under the auspices of political power, which... Continue Reading →

Tolerance, huh?


Everybody's supposed to be tolerant nowadays.  That is code language, of course, for giving full approval to homosexuality.  When it comes to gays and lesbians, tolerance takes a different turn, as this episode so colorfully illustrates.  Obama has angered gays and lesbians by inviting Rick Warren to offer a prayer at the inauguration.  All the... Continue Reading →

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