Category Archives: Faith & Politics

Washington State, Gay Marriage and Christianity.

Last night it was all over the news that the state of Washington passed a bill that would allow for gay marriage. Rather then remaking an argument against this from a Christian perspective (as we all know that no one will be swayed by it, and it has been said by others in much better terms than I could say… (more…)

How do Christians respond to Gay Pride?

When I was in Junior High, one of my friends’ mother was our Sunday School teacher at the United Methodist Church I attended.  Mrs. Tuthill was her name.  Her claim to fame in our little town was her ability to overwhelm sweepstakes contests with entries and win just about everything.  She even won a car.  Besides her ability to bend… (more…)

In the Navy: Gay Marriage?

It was released Yesterday by multiple news agencies that Navy Chaplains will be trained in how to officiate same-sex weddings. I have to say that this is something that is extremely strange and frustrating. How a branch of our military can up and choose to “marry” homosexuals when it isn’t legal on a federal level is very strange. All of… (more…)

The Christian Perspective on the Death of Osama Bin Laden

Most if not all of us have heard about the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden.  The question is how should the Christian respond to this event?At some level I think that all of us who are Americans feel some sort of relief, some sort of satisfaction that, as President Obama said, ” Justice has been done.” Here’s… (more…)

The Two Party System, Paul is Jailed in Philippi

One of my favorite passages of Scripture is Philippians 1. The application in this passage, particularly verses 20-24 is wide. Here is the story, Paul, a loyal servant of God, a messenger of the Gospel of Christ is in jail. Certainly not a good place to be. In verse 19, Paul knows he will be delivered. But in verse 20… (more…)

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