Trump, as is now well known, is a time traveler, fueled by his own sense of his alpha-male Self–more powerful than Dr. Who.
What happens when he spends time in early Philadelphia, and the Quakers find out what he’s been up to in their City of Brotherly Love?
All my life I’ve heard we lost the Vietnam War.
For example, when I was in college, I heard it from a young, sneering professor who had recently got his Ph.D. in history and seemed to delight in our “loss.”
But a fresh look at the Paris Peace Accords, which the North signed, tells a different story.
What went wrong after the signing can be laid at the feet of the American left in Congress.
Sexual nihilism. Anything goes or nothing goes. So what? Who cares?
In that spirit, I don’t know anymore what’s worse: shouting “fire!” in a crowded theater or “confused boy!” in a crowded girls’ locker room.
This website is about exploring saving grace and common grace in a variety of areas.
The foundation is God’s love and grace.
So it is time to post these verses about once a week.
Whether you want your baby or not, God loves him or her, and he loves you.
God can turn your Plan B into his Plan A, and make it better than your plans.
It’s a little known fact that Trump can be a time-traveler, energized by his own sense of Self—more powerful than Dr. Who.
And remember Key? He wrote the lyrics to the National Anthem.
What happened when he and Trump met?
In June 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided that the Constitution gives you the right marry whomever you want.
And so the SCOTUS-Five redefined marriage, in an extremely controversial reading of the Constitution, for 310 million Americans.
Since that decision, should we even discuss the biblical norm for marriage?
What happened when Luke Watson messed up by messing around with his brother-in-law’s unnamed servant girl?
When he got kicked off the Council, the highest governing body in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, could he find his way back?
We can learn a lot from the earliest Founders of our nation–not just the leaders in the eighteenth century–but the ones living daily life in the seventeenth century too.
Geoff Shepard has written an important book, The Real Watergate Scandal: Collusion, Conspiracy, and the Plot that Brought Nixon Down. It will probably go a long way to restore President Nixon’s and his administration’s reputation.
My father, were he still alive, would like that very much.
My opinion, which I believe is based on the obvious, hasn’t changed since I first wrote this piece on August 2, 2015.
He doesn’t have the right stuff.
Don’t believe it? Read why.