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Making Room in the Inn
Christian Beliefs, Christian Calendar (Holidays), Christian Ethics, Christian Living, December, December Articles, Devotional Literature
A number of years ago, Gap brand stores – Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic—decided not to advertise their end-of-year sales with the term “Christmas.” Instead they chose the more generic term “holiday” so as not to offend those of non-Christian faiths, or atheists in general. But Gap is not alone in this decision. Last Christmas other companies also took a similar course of action, dismissing “Christmas” in favor of an innocuous expression which would not offend non-Christians. To the great harm of our nation, many commercial interests continue to push the Christian faith to the margins of...Read more... Read more... -->
Christianizing Halloween and Hallowmas
Christian Calendar (Holidays), Christian Ethics, Christian Living, October Articles
One of the great challenges presented to every generation of Christians is the Christianizing of their respective generations. Sinister forces are constantly at work, seeking to scar and mar the cultural advantages and progress that are the results of biblical Christianity. Supreme Court Justice, David Brewer, understood this fact when he penned his book, The United States a Christian Nation (see below), urging Americans to continue their Christian civilizing influence. The Gospel calls every generation of Christians in every land to leaven and to enlighten—to further civilize the nations...Read more... Read more... -->
Andy Griffith, Emmett, and the Moravians
Christian Ethics, Christian Living, Devotional Literature
July 3, 2012 Andy Griffith passes away Perhaps few photographs are more poignant concerning the common musical interests and spiritual heritage that were shared between Andy Griffith (June 1, 1926 – July 3, 2012) and Emmett Forrest (September 3, 1927 – January 12, 2013) than this featured picture. From childhood, Andy and Emmett shared a bond of friendship that endured throughout their lives. On the Andy Griffith Show, Emmett Forrest was fictionalized by the character Emmett Clark the fix-it-man, played by Paul Hartman. On Saturday morning January 12, 2013, my wife and I received a text...Read more... Read more... -->
Kim Davis Upholds American Law
American History, American Judiciary, Christian Ethics, Christian History, Christian Living
This post is part 4 of the series:The Judiciary June 26, 2015 Supreme Court sanctions same-sex marriage On June 26, 2015, five members of the United States Supreme Court rendered a majority decision, in the case of Obergefell vs. Hodges, that same-sex couples were guaranteed a right to marry under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Until recent decades when militant same-sex advocates violently coerced the compliance of many, Western civilization had denied social approval and recognition to same-sex relationships. With this fact firmly fixed in human history, it is...Read more... Read more... -->
The Christian Origin of the Red Cross
Christian Biography, Christian Calendar (Holidays), Christian Ethics, Christian Living, Christian Witness, June Articles, May Articles, Social Theology
Few men have left a legacy of compassion exceeding or attaining the degree bequeathed to it by Henry Dunant. As the Father of the Red Cross and Geneva Convention, he was by default the impetus behind the Red Crescent of the Muslim world, and the YMCA will always claim him as one of their early luminaries. It was not atheism or agnosticism that conceived these institutions of compassion, and it was not Islam, Buddhism, or another world religion. In contemporary society, atheists and the irreligious are attempting to rehabilitate their public image, but irreligion cannot boast of a legacy of...Read more... Read more... -->