Should the Church Betray Scripture to Accept Same-Sex 'Marriage?'
Virtually every Supreme Court watcher believes Justice Anthony Kennedy will be the deciding vote in the upcoming Obergefell v. Hodges decision, dealing with the constitutionality of state amendments defining marriage as the union between one man and one woman. I agree. Putting aside how troubling this should be for us all, that one man could […] READ MORE
If anything good has come out of the whole Bruce Jenner media frenzy of the past weeks, it is the opportunity to engage our neighbors in the ultimate questions of life—into conversations about truth and reality and the ultimate purpose of things. One usually has to be careful when delving into philosophical and metaphysical theories […] READ MORE
Washington Post opinion writer Kathleen Parker recently coined the term “Swaddled Generation” when discussing the modern liberal’s absurd obsession with silencing dissenting voices in the name of protecting fragile minds. She wrote: It seems that mostly conservative sites and writers are concerned with the increasingly draconian suppression of free speech on college campuses. But then, […] READ MORE
Dark, morbid, gruesome, unloving and evil are some of the words that come to mind when I think of the abortion industry. Add to that delusional and creepy. Kermit Gosnell, who was protected for years by an abortion lobby that refuses any and all attempts to regulate their dreadful industry, recently granted a jailhouse interview […] READ MORE
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not an impartial jurist — not when it comes to the same-sex “marriage” cases, at least. Everyone knows it. Instead of giving confidence to the American public by being above reproach while the same-sex “marriage” cases are being considered, Justice Ginsburg is going out of her way to embarrass the […] READ MORE
A few days ago, a Wall Street Journal report about oral arguments in Z Street v. Koskinen, a case challenging the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) unconstitutional discrimination against a pro-Israel group, had everyone astonished at the level of IRS mishandling. The case was on appeal at the D.C. Circuit, before Chief Judge Merrick Garland, Judge […] READ MORE
The question before the U.S. Supreme Court tomorrow in Obergefell v. Hodges, dealing with the highly-anticipated same-sex “marriage” challenges, is very simple: Does the U.S. Constitution require same-sex “marriage” in every state in the nation? No one can answer that question in the affirmative with a straight face. The question is not, “Is it permissible?” […] READ MORE
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