Well, another article I never thought I’d get to write. Roe v. Wade has been overturned, feminists are outraged, and Clarence Thomas is officially my hero. This is a momentous occasion, and there are several things I’ve noticed that are worthy of comment, so here we go. This is a time to celebrate. Buy a … Continue reading Thoughts On The End Of Roe v. Wade
Don’t Believe All Women
Unless you live under a particularly soundproof rock, you’ve probably heard the phrase ‘believe all women’ in regards to rape, sexual assault, and other horrible forms of abuse. I’m here to remind you that God says not to do that. Let me just lay out all the ands, ors, and yeah-buts at the outset so … Continue reading Don’t Believe All Women
We Are Seeing the Results of Social Justice in Kenosha
I think it’s safe to say that the current national scene is a bit disconcerting, thanks to all the rioting that’s been going on for over a month now. I’m quite certain that I’m not the only one who feels that violence could break out near me at any moment, without warning. While there are … Continue reading We Are Seeing the Results of Social Justice in Kenosha
Social Justice or Justice in Society: What’s the Difference?
The debate over social justice in the church is a confusing and sometimes antagonistic mess. There are many reasons for this, but I think one of the chief reasons for the confusion is that there are two definitions of social justice in play. This can lead to Christians who agree on what is right and … Continue reading Social Justice or Justice in Society: What’s the Difference?