More and more “educated” Americans are in favor of legalizing the murder of toddlers and infants. In an article published by The College Fix today titled Trending: More college students support post-birth abortion, we learn that a large and growing number of young “educated” folks in America are openly, matter-of-factly supportive of allowing the murder of […]
The Would Be God Who Would Be President (Sample Chapter from “Stupid Elephant Tricks – The Other Progressive Party’s War on Christianity”)
“Of two evils, choose neither.”
~ Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Why Settle for the Lesser Evil? (Sample Chapter from “Stupid Elephant Tricks – The Other Progressive Party’s War on Christianity”)
“Why Settle for the Lesser Evil?” Now there’s a campaign slogan you don’t see every day, at least not yet. (continued)
I can remember living in Seattle just over a decade ago, right before the world was scheduled to end by way of another colossal Microsoft screw-up. Maybe all the techno-apocalyptic hubbub was just another marketing ploy concocted for the likes of Hal Lindsey and Pat Robertson, or maybe it was all a part of prepping the world for Vista. We may never know, but, whatever the case on the Y2K front, Seattle in 1999 definitely was an interesting place to be.
The political sea was churning.
The world was watching.
Progress was in the air.
Did you know that “Christian worldview” is an oxymoron?
And don’t worry; it isn’t.
Yet just this weekend I spoke with a professing Christian who actually believes that “Christian worldview” is indeed oxymoronic. He said so. Out loud. He wrote about it, too.