Monthly Archives: August 2003

Wholesome Entertainment

Proving they’ve come a long way from their Mouseketeer days, the young pop tarts [Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera] gave a gyrating, writhing tribute to Madonna to open the show. Dressed in the same kind of white bustier wedding dress … Continue reading

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No Terrorists in Iraq!

Remember that there is absolutely no reason to believe that Iraq has any terrorist connections. Terrorists do things like plant car bombs and kill civilians. This is very different from the guerillas we are now facing in Iraq.

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Another Workplace Shooting

Sole Survivor Recalls Chicago Shooting Sanchez, bound and left tied on a ramp, listened as Tapia executed his co-workers at Windy City Core Supply Inc. The story doesn’t say how long this crime took, but I get the impression that … Continue reading

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Self Discipline

1 Timothy 4:7 “…discipline yourself for the purpose of godliness” While I don’t have clear direction on whether or not I should be militant, it’s indisputable that I must be self-disciplined. I must be militant with myself. A good friend … Continue reading

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Idolizing Militancy

In all this taking firm stands, I missed something. I was willing to let God dictate my beliefs. What I (unconsciously) was not willing to let Him dictate was my level of (in)tolerance when holding that view, which is an entirely independent factor. I was dictating that.

See, I told God that I’d firmly stand wherever He wanted me to. I did not tell Him that I’d stand where and how He wanted me to.

I’d made an idol of militancy. I would die on whatever hill God planted me on – not because I had any biblical reason for believing I should be firm there, but just because that’s what kind of guy I am. Continue reading

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Book Review: Stark Raving Dad

Stark Raving Dad by Dave Meurer I got this book last Christmas from my sister. I can’t believe it took me so long to start reading it! Once I got started, I devoured it. This is one of the best … Continue reading

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Refuting the (Theo)logical Argument for KJV Only

Introduction For the past three years or so, up until just the other day, I was reluctantly King James Only. I say “reluctantly” because it’s such a controversial and painful issue and, contrary to popular opinion, I don’t actually like … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments on Trial

The 11th US Circuit Court of Appeals has lifted its “stay” on the order to remove the 10 Commandments monument from the Alabama State Judicial Building. Chief Justice Roy Moore has until August 20 to comply. Vision Forum has a … Continue reading

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The Head of the Wife

I will argue that every man has been divinely appointed to a position of significant authority in his family with the responsibility of leading his family – wife and children – to be godly, and that this authority includes requiring or forbidding certain behaviors of them. Continue reading

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