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The Christian Post publishes a few of my articles…

I came a cross an angry atheist’s website who mocked my last name. Something about burritos. As a result, he linked me to the evangelical and nationally acclaimed Christian news website,  The Christian Post. And I was surprised to see that they … Continue reading

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Affirming True Truth

Francis Schaeffer’s line true truth was coined as a result of the pluralistic culture he was a part of and which has in many ways engulfed our present society. Schaeffer was referring to a truth that is objective and not relativized by … Continue reading

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Bring Out the Champagne! The Party Has Just Begun!

Easter is gone, right? Actually Easter has just begun! The Easter Season lasts for 50 days. It is glorified in the PENT-ecost season. According to the Christian Calendar, Easter lasts until May 19th (Pentecost Sunday). But didn’t we spend ourselves … Continue reading

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Why Most Christians Should Use Facebook!

It is likely that you are a Facebook user. In fact, over one billion people are on Facebook. And of course, it is likely that you are reading this article because a friend linked to it on their Facebook page. … Continue reading

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Wine Tasting and Psalm-Roar (with Christ Church, Providence Church, and Trinity Presbyterian)

Selection for our Wine and Psalm Roar Season of Lent, March 8th, 2013 Note: The pagination listed follows the Cantus Christi Psalter /Hymnal. The links are to various samples of each psalm. Christ Church, Providence Church, & Trinity Presbyterian 1)   Psalm 1, … Continue reading

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Guilt, Grace, and Galileans

The Gospel Lesson for this Lord’s Day is from Luke 13:1-13. Pilate’s brutality is fully on display right in verse one: “Pilate had mingled Galilean blood with their sacrifices.” “Are these Galileans worse than other Galileans because they suffered in … Continue reading

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Why Do I Wear a Clerical Collar?

I have been wanting to write a history of this for some time, but Pastor LeCroy has provided a short history of the wearing of clerical collars in the Presbyterian/Reformed tradition. Rev. LeCroy observes: When Reformed pastors would enter the pulpit, … Continue reading

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Foreign Policy Links

A few helpful foreign policy links: United States non-interventionism Non-Interventionism is right again by Patrick Buchanan America’s tradition of non-interventionism What is a non-interventionist foreign policy? I love Ron Paul, except his foreign policy Michael Sheuer’s Non-Intervention website Juan Cole’s … Continue reading

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Tuesday Links: News and Music

Angry California Voters: A new poll shows Californians are not pleased with the direction of the country. This is another troubling sign for Obama. Nearly 3 in 4 say the country is on the wrong track, and nearly half favor … Continue reading

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Pipes and Links…

Here are a few good links for the evening: A Smattering of Pipe Terminology – Uses some humor in describing major pipe vocabulary. As the good weather approaches in Florida, I look forward to some holy incense. Hymn Bark #3, When … Continue reading

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Roger Nicole Resources

I have collected a few links for those interested in the life and theology of Roger Nicole. He died on December 11th at the age of 95. Articles: R.C. Sproul reflects on the death of Roger Nicole Short Bio from … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 41

Pope Denounces Baghdad Church attack “Faced with such brutal episodes of violence which continue to tear apart the people of the Middle East, I want to renew again my heartfelt appeal for peace,” Benedict said. In a First, Brazil elects … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 40

Rand Paul refuses to shake hands with an opponent Obama’s rallying for Democrats Banks shared Clients Profits, bu not losses Healthy Family-Friendly Meals Auburn N0. 4 in BCS Polls Show Support for Cuomo “The poll indicates that the Tea Party … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 39

The Quiet Faith Behind Colbert’s Right-Wing Funnyman “When Colbert finally let his well-coiffed hair down and got serious about the “really, really hard work” done by migrant farmworkers, even more people were surprised when the funnyman gave a glimpse of … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 38

Questions Have Long Surrounded Accused Minister “Long is one of the most influential black preachers in the country and abroad. His sermons are televised in 170 countries, and he routinely meets with celebrities and political leaders (both Democrats and Republicans).” … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 37

Actor Tony Curtis Dies “When someone remarked that it must be thrilling to kiss Monroe in the film’s love scenes, the actor snapped, “It’s like kissing Hitler.” In later years, his opinion of Monroe softened, and in interviews he praised … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 36

Why not extend Obama’s stimulus tax cuts? How Portion Size adds us to obesity? Christ Coons: Volunteer for Liberation Theology (fascinating article) Time for the GOP to unite Church disciplines 575 members From Wal-Mart Moms: Tough Love for President Obama … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 35

A Fresh Take on a Tired Phrase (An excellent piece to start the week) Cuba to Cut 500,000 Workers Delaware Senate Race: The Tea Party Express Fatwas against koran burners Delaware Winner Bashes Cannibalism Why is Switzerland Backing Iran? Power … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 34

Robert Schimmel Dead at 60 The Long Road to Becoming a Lifer (Tennis player at 39) For GOP, the Tea arty wields a double-edged sword Holder, Axelrod denounce Florida Church’s  planned Quran burning Terry Jones accused of spiritual abuse in … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 33

Lawsuit says Berk’s Priest fathered teen’s child Why do heavy-drinkers outlive non-drinkers? Simpson will continue to serve on Debt Commission Ron Paul questions whether there’s gold at Fort Knox, NY Fed A Statement on the Emerging Church Obama is not … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 32

Ron Paul: Left and the Right Demagogue Mosque, Islam How Darwin Sustains My Baptist Search for Truth (standard evolutionist rhetoric) America’s Healthiest Pleasures: 10 “vices” that are good for you On Darwin and Darwinism: A Letter to Professor Giberson Key Karzai Aide … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 31

Deconstructing Harry Reid New York Mosque: Bigotry Rears Its Head A Lifetime, Washed Away Biblical Counseling in Academia Wanted: A few stand-up candidates

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, 30

Taking a Break From the Lord’s Work Media Companies Try Getting Social With Tumblr Grief: Finding Hope Again On Giving Up US Economic Outlook: Indebted to Death Rev. Michael Rodriguez: Every Catholic must oppose certain things The Republican Party and Our Last … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXIX

Still the Butcher After All These Years The Dangers of Friending Strangers: the Robin Sage Experiment The Complex Power and Wisdom of Religious Texts: Introducing HuffPost’s Scripture Commentary Series HUSBAND AND REDEEMER Hollywood Puzzled as Family Films Top Charts THE … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXIX

Albert Mohler.com Hard to Believe? Biblical Authority and Evangelical Feminism BBC Human Events New Black Panthers, You’re Free to Go–Not so fast Arizona Huffington Post New York Times NewsMax The Oracle of Oberhausen Rev. Robert Shuller Retiring from Crystal Cathedral … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXVIII

Pensacola News Journal Election Politics Stall Immigration Reform Two churches Become One Six Years After Hurricane Pensacola Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash Church Recognizes Wounded Warrior New York Times Kicking the Hornet’s Nest The Medium is the Medium Huffington Post … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXVII

Muslims gather in Bekasi to listen call against “Christianization” Leaders of the Islamic groups held last Sunday a joint congress with the main agenda to establish an organized movement to fight against the ongoing ‘Christianization’ attempt in the city. Robert … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXVI

One of the Dead and Inert Ideas in Calvinism, Namely “Loving One’s Neighbor” Sound psychological ideas in religion and life becameconfused and dead and inert. An Address to Talented Students And how is a person to get out of an … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXV

No Mystique about Feminism When historians set out to date the moment when the women’s movement of the 1970s officially consolidated its gains, they could do worse than settle on last Tuesday’s primaries. “Anti-Vuvuzela filters” promise quiter world cup Somali … Continue reading

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On-Line Articles I’ve Read this week, XXIV

Introduction to the South Beach Diet Within days of adopting it, you’ll see that the South Beach Diet lifestyle allows you to eat healthy, delicious food that will not only promote weight loss and good health but will do so … Continue reading

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