Tag Archives: secular

A Christian Nation?

Happy 4th of July, 2018. That the Declaration of Independence was signed in August 1776, should not be of concern. The argument that this document, the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution were written as “religious documents” should be. The … Continue reading

More Galleries | Leave a comment

Jim Bakker and Survivalist Christians

February 3, 2018 – I have heard some wild conspiracy theories in the past 30 years of my political life, but when I heard this one I cringed. The article from Pathos – Progressive Secular Humanist focused on former Minnesota congresswoman Michelle … Continue reading

More Galleries | Leave a comment

Stop Secretary DeVos And The CNP

February 20, 2017  –  I have said this before and I will say it again – There is no such thing as a Judeo-Christian heritage! There is Judaism and there is Christianity, and though the Christian faiths have usurped the … Continue reading

More Galleries | Leave a comment

Protecting the First Amendment

It sounds like an episode of a game show. The 535 men and women of the United States Congress were surveyed by the Pew Trust. 92 percent claimed to be Christians as compared with 73 percent of the country. Add that … Continue reading

More Galleries | Leave a comment

The Clobber Passages Almost Ready for Release

I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Finally, I am my last legs of my third book, The Clobber Passages: The biblical arguments against homosexuality in the United States. If I edit it much more, I … Continue reading

More Galleries | Leave a comment

Drawing the line on religious practices in schools

Reprinted with the permission of the Columbia Missourian. Originally posted on wednesday, October 22, 2014. Oct. 16 was “Bring Your Bible to School Day,” as declared by the Alliance Defending Freedom, formerly Alliance Defense Fund. If you noticed, there was no uproar from … Continue reading

More Galleries | Leave a comment

Church Changing Colors

Can the Catholic church really change its colors from black and white to rainbow? In a report by the New York Times, it appears that is exactly what Pope Francis is attempting to do. With a hand-picked group, the paper … Continue reading

More Galleries | 1 Comment

Are you a Theist, A-theist or Anti-theist?

I have a friend named Don who is a want-to-be philosopher. He argues many points of atheism and religion, believes that his power of deduction is correct and will reveal the truth. In reality, he sometimes just powers his way … Continue reading

More Galleries | 3 Comments

I’ve been missing…

It has been a while since I last wrote. February was one hell of a month for us – two deaths in the family and a slew of medical and dental problems. My mind was elsewhere. Kathy’s mom died on … Continue reading

More Galleries | Leave a comment

On Christian Morals

I would like to take a moment and discuss the term “morality.” As used here, morals and morality have a secular definition. Morals are based on the advancement of knowledge, experience and time. Modern Christian morals are at best nebulous, … Continue reading

More Galleries | 2 Comments