This is a rare recording of J.R.R. Tolkien reciting the Ring Verse. Advertisements
Doug Wilson writes: Yesterday the congregation of Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church voted (without dissent) to leave the PCA. They also voted to have Steve Wilkins continue as their pastor, and to approach the CREC for membership. They have been adopted … Continue reading
Anyone who knows me well knows that principle always outweighs pragmatism. I refuse to hand over my right to vote my conscience for the right to please the majority. Part of my young life has been dedicated to communicating this … Continue reading
Mark Larsen endorses Ron Paul on the air after an interview with Mitt Romney.
Kucinich may see UFO’s and endorse socialism–two things I pray I never see–but he has been a strong voice from the start opposing this unconstitutional war. The three Democrats standing simply do not have the courage of a Kucinich when … Continue reading
One of my favorite interviews thus far. Thank you Glenn. GLENN: I mean, you know, we just — I just happen to disagree with you, but I respect you, sir, for your opinion. I have said this, you know, behind … Continue reading
This is a gloriously favorable article about Ron Paul’s policies. If I’m right and Ron Paul doesn’t just fade away as the primary season progresses, he’ll make a real difference. His anti-war message would make life difficult for Hillary Clinton, … Continue reading
Thompson withdrew from the race. Many hailed him as the front runner before he entered the race. However, his third place in South Carolina was too overwhelming for a candidate who invested so much in his high positioning in that … Continue reading
Ron Paul Podcast #8 Topic: Military and the Future This podcast lasts 5 minutes and 30 seconds. Podcast Archives Podcast Notes: On this podcast I would like to analyze briefly the military scenario in Iraq. I will be borrowing some … Continue reading
On a personal note, I just received a call from my father in-law. He was enthusiastic about the fact that he and his wife have already voted in Florida. After analyzing the candidates and after hearing his passionate son-in-law, it … Continue reading
In the early debates, Ron Paul was booed for calling the Iraq war a blunder and saying the terrorists of 9-11 were over here because we were over there. Rudy got a roaring ovation for denouncing him. The Michigan GOP … Continue reading
In early 2005 I made a few observations about Psalm singing.
Update: Paul versus Giuliani. This may be the boost every Paulinian has been expecting. The significance of this positioning is that it places Ron Paul in a state of prominence on Sunday and Monday news program both on TV and … Continue reading
I met Eric Pyle at the Auburn Avenue Conference. Eric is a gracious servant and fine photographer as well. Here are our four speakers: Pastor Douglas Wilson Pastor Jeff MeyersPastor James JordanPastor Peter Leithart
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Mauro, Philip, More than a Prophet. Grace Abounding Ministries, Inc. 1919. I was first introduced to Philip Mauro a few years ago when I became suspicious of the A-Millennial interpretation of the Olivet Discourse in Matthew 24. In this perspective, … Continue reading
In Washington, differences are a thing of the past. Republicans and Democrats exchange favors as if they were trading baseball cards in their boyhood. Paul Roberts is correct when he says: “The US Constitution has few friends in the capital … Continue reading
Rep. Ron Paul continues to trail his opponents in national polls. He’s yet to finish in the top three of any state contests. (He placed fourth in the Michigan primary last night, ahead of Rudy Giuliani, whom he beat in … Continue reading
Drudge Report links to a new article from the LA Times: Well, he’s hanging in there. Not only that, but Rep. Ron Paul thumped two reputed Republican heavyweights in the Michigan primary — former Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee and … Continue reading
Update: Justin Raimondo answers objections. The internet monk has recently stopped supporting Dr. Ron Paul. Why? Because of the release of the many newsletters written under Paul’s name, which include strong language against blacks, homosexuals, etc. In light of Michael’s … Continue reading
Today it is usual to assume that the government owns all that we produce, and through government generosity we are permitted to retain a certain portion. We routinely hear that if a particular tax is reduced, it will be a … Continue reading
Piper summarizes some of his main concerns with Wright’s theology. Among them, is Wright’s affirmation that the gospel is not about how to get saved (18). Wright affirms that the gospel “refers to the proclamation that Jesus, the crucified and … Continue reading
One of the most captivating lectures at the Auburn Avenue Conference came from Pastor Douglas Wilson. Wilson entitled his talk: Against Liturgy. This was a play on Leithart’s classic: Against Christianity. In his book, Leithart is opposing the “ism” of … Continue reading
(Thanks to Crooks and Liars) Romney Blasts Paul For Minimizing Iranian “Threat” By: Nicole Belle on Saturday, January 12th, 2008 at 3:38 PM Download (1110) | Play (1452) Download (823) | Play (894) (h/t Heather) At the FOX GOP snoozefest…er, … Continue reading
Beck is seeing the light more and more…who wouldn’t in light of the economic tsunami coming ahead.
One of the profound pastoral advices from the Auburn Avenue Conference came from Pastor Jeff Meyers. Jeff argued from experience and exegesis that liturgical reformation will not occur overnight. Pastors need to be patient with their people. They need to … Continue reading
Is it just a coincidence that Fox News excluded Ron Paul from the pre-primary debates and then lost market share in the primary night ratings? What does this say about how the public are perceiving Fox News as fair and … Continue reading
One of Paul’s finest moments yet. Ron Paul at Fox Debate
The most recent charges against Ron Paul– claiming that he is a racist– makes him furious. I have never seen him this angry in the three years I have followed his career. I call this righteous indignation.
I have just returned from Monroe, Louisiana. We drove 13 hours through some of the most beautiful southern sceneries. It was a long, but pleasant drive. At our arrival, we were greeted by our kind hosts. They were members of … Continue reading