We’re here to discuss the Bible, politics, science, and religion — not simply reporting news, but how it fits together to affect your life. We’ll frequently refer to a 3AM phone call — you might remember Hillary Clinton’s political ad.
It’s 3AM and your children are safe and asleep. But there’s a phone in the White House and it’s ringing. Something’s happening in the world … who do you want answering the phone?
Remember, life is hard, and you may not get a Lexus, ice cream, or a pony.
Failure to understand (and use) the scientific method causes problems in logic, critical thinking, and even theology, ultimately denying God.
The church underwent major changes at the dawn of the pandemic age (2019-2021), not all of them good. Can the church return to a Gospel centered position instead of politics, or are the changes irreversible?
The last year displayed the same old problem in the church - division over stupid issues instead of real ministry. What lessons should we take away from the pandemic, and why did some pastors and groups go so far out of order?
Most won’t be sad to see 2020 end. It’s been a strange year to say the least as joining the sad list of divisive issues Christians split over has been covid and the way the church meets. What must the church learn after the disastrous 2020 to avoid repeating history?
After over eight months of facts and hard data, how (and why) do so-called pastors ignore reality and instead push politics over the people they’re supposed to watch out for? Early in the pandemic when not much was known about covid-19 they might have had an excuse for inaction.
During the covid pandemic, mask-shaming has suddenly become a thing, with a new word added to our vocabulary. What does it reveal about those doing the attacking? Perhaps more that you might think at first.
The great pandemic of 2020 caused considerable disruption in life. Sadly, the church fell into chaos as well. As this isn’t the first pandemic (and won’t be the last), what general principals must we learn from this, as if we don’t learn from history the church will be doomed to repeat it.
Life lessons come from many places. Myself, I’ve learned plenty from my dog. Lindsey Bowers Tatum presents us another animal lesson, from her horse Four.
When a major shift in society occurs (some law or court decision) people ask “How will this change the way you teach the Bible?” The answer isn’t hard, but the reason behind it is complex, but it’s something which reveals the key between God and Government.
People worry about Christians being persecuted. But the church is never hurt by persecution. However, a huge danger does exist which can destroy the church, and you must be aware of it. It’s not the Supreme Court, legislation, or even new laws.