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.

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Bible Review: LSB

The NASB isn’t a horrible translation; many pick it as their favorite translation. However as noted in will the real NASB please stand up it has joined the alphabet-soup of modern translations undergoing constant revision; anyone claiming the NASB is the best translation must specify which NASB is the best:

Logic 101 — Trust the Math

If you’ve been a Christian for a long time, you’ve likely had someone ask a question similar to “can you provide a few verses on salvation,” or eternal security, or where you go when you die, or something else.

Free Speech and Religion

A movement exists to restrict free speech and free exercise of religion, usually in the name of ‘safety.’ As many people believe words exist in the First Amendment which don’t appear there, what does the Constitution actually say, and historically how has free speech and religion been viewed?

Will the Real NASB Please Stand Up?

The New American Standard Bible (NASB) remains a popular Bible translation, but it suffers a fatal flaw making it problematic for everyday use. A flaw common among the alphabet soup modern translations, and while the flaw is openly noted, it’s not something the average person might discover.


When a great leader passes, talk centers on how to honor them. Yet the most basic honor simply involves following their lead. Sadly, the church frequently openly rejects the lessons from great leaders after their passing; nothing has been more import to the church lately than fluff, replacing the Gospel and ministry.

The Church in the Pandemic Age

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?

Lessons From a Pandemic

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?

COVID and the Church — The Road Back

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?

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