The English-speaking world has been robbed of much of the beauty and power of the Christmas song we know as O Holy Night.
All posts by Dan Popp
We’re told that if we can make accurate predictions based on a theory, then that theory must be true. It’s the defense that Darwinists often put forth.
“…restrictive government, provided that it be publicly chosen…Would the result not be tyranny, under the guise of legitimate government…?” Alexis de Tocqueville
That National Restraining Order on the government that suddenly seems so vital is the Constitution that you shredded. Nice work, snowflakes.
We also know that the Holy Spirit testifies of Jesus, and that “the testimony of Jesus is the Spirit of prophecy.”
Integrity could cost us our friends, our possessions, even our life. But there’s also a price for abandoning principle. And that price is much higher.
The question is not whether judgment is coming. God has judged, is judging, and will judge America. Judgment is like that: it can come in waves, giving a nation the opportunity to repent before worse calamity comes.
We know that blacks commit a disproportionate number of crimes, and that the sub-segment “Young Black Male” commits most of those. Is it so difficult to understand why?
Today, when some people are abandoning long-held voting principles out of fear of losing the Republic altogether, it’s important to remind ourselves of God’s minimum requirements for a leader.
There are a lot of conservatives carping at President Obama because he’s been playing golf instead of visiting flood-stricken Louisiana. They think he should…something. Show up, I guess. You know, to show his “compassion.”
Pragmatism means, “do whatever works.” But how do we know whether a particular policy or strategy has “worked?” There are lots of government programs that seem to “work.”
Sometimes God’s judgment on a people comes in the form of a flood, an earthquake or an epidemic. One of the ways God punishes a wicked nation is with wicked leaders.
Globalism is not the inexorable force that some – including Christians – believe it to be. The recent Brexit vote is an example of the fragility of the superstate.
It’s not my purpose here to make a case against Trump, though every conservative on both sides of this divide must acknowledge that a case can be made.
One of the main purposes of government, according to the God of the Bible, is so that the righteous may “…lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity.”
Libertarians, apparently having learned nothing from these malodorous monuments to human hubris, now beg to correct Jesus on the matter of taxes.
We may one day – with the help of others – learn our identity, but we cannot create it by mere force of will.
Federal funds are our funds – property that the national government has confiscated, mostly unjustly, from us. So why does this money go from your wallet, all the way to Washington, then back to your State?
Here I grant my own assumption that you are more than your body. I’m coming from the Christian view of man as a spirit, a soul and a body.
Make no mistake: the Bathroom War going on now in our culture is rooted in defiance of God. Jesus said, He who created them from the beginning made them male and female.