2020 and beyond are interesting times, that is for sure! COVID revealed a lot about everyone. From governors, pastors, policemen, to your neighbor and everyone in between was forced to reveal their worldview all because of the challenges of COVID. COVID as a virus isn’t incredibly unusual or particularly deadly (it is a real virus... Continue Reading →
A Pro-Life Defense of Capital Punishment
Recently I was asked to speak at an Iowa Senate sub-committee and I gave my support for capital punishment specifically concerning a criminal who would kidnap, rape, and then murder minors. That was the specific scope of the bill, to my surprise I was the only one who spoke in favor of the bill and... Continue Reading →
An Illegitimate Inauguration, What Now?
I can accept the outcome of an election when voters legitimately elect an office-holder, my candidate or not. It’s fascinating really, polling place tallies being a measure of our collective worldview and discernment. What’s unacceptable is the blatantly fraudulent election that took place in 2020. All the speculation about what Trump might do, could do,... Continue Reading →
Jennifer Gunter: Are the Pre-Born Zombies?
Are the Pre-Born Zombies? This seems like a strange question to ask, but the question has be raised because of the comments of “Dr.” Jennifer Gunter (I refuse to recognize abortionists as real doctors) in a tweet in the early morning hours of January 31. She stated, “It’s Dr. Gunter to you. We’re discussing a... Continue Reading →
Myths that Led to Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage in the United States, Part 1
Originally Posted on Word Foundations by B. Nathaniel Sullivan Marriage is what one man and one woman establish when, forsaking all others and pledging lifelong commitment, they found a sharing of life at every level of being—the biological, the emotional, the dispositional, the rational, the spiritual—on a commitment that is sealed, completed and actualized by... Continue Reading →
Emanuel Cleaver: A Man Destined for Hell
January 3, 2020 marked the opening day of the 117th Congress for the House of Representatives and as is customary they were opened with a prayer. Representative Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) gave the prayer. This makes sense since he is an ordained Methodist minister and served as pastor of St. James United Methodist Church in Kansas... Continue Reading →