The argument concerning the peaceful protest of racial “institutional” discrimination has come to the Show-Me state. The College of the Ozarks is a 110-year-old conservative Christian college based in Point Lookout, Missouri, about 40 miles south of Springfield. They are … Continue reading
As they argue Trump’s ban on travel from seven predominantly Muslim countries in the courts, the administration continues to maintain that major media outlets are not reporting on all terrorist activities. I had the opportunity to read through the list … Continue reading
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Over the last few weeks, I have noticed a disturbing trend on the Facebook and LinkedIn sites. Not just anti-atheist ranting, that is normal and somewhat expected. No, there appears to be more anti-Semitic rants, aimed at Jews and Muslims. … Continue reading
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I was hoping that yesterday’s blog would be my last for a while, but… Pastor Charles L. Worley of Providence Road Baptist Church, Maiden, NC gave this sermon on May 13, 2012 and posted it to the churches Web site. … Continue reading
There are a couple of questions that have bothered me over the last few decades and I would like to share my thoughts. Why would people not vote for an atheist running for city, county, state or federal office? Should … Continue reading
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