Category Archives: Evaluating our Christian Culture

Issues and questions that beg for an answer

An Unparalleled Presidential Race in the USA: Part 1

We the people are faced with three, well, now four people to choose from for the 2016 Presidential election. Can you name all four tickets? I could not until today. At least not by the candidates’ full names and party associations. … Continue reading

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On the Downward Slope, Continued

In my previous post (“On the Downward Slope”, posted April 18) I presented what I feel to be the fundamental truth upon which life and liberty are founded, namely this: all moral considerations and all ethical postures depend on the … Continue reading

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On the Downward Slope?

Are you concerned, agitated, worried about the future of the United States of America? If so, you may want to hear what I have to say. I believe that history has a few things to teach us. First of all, … Continue reading

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The Results are in…and Missions Reading Loses!

I have kept you waiting to know what reading I would recommend. I hope the wait has not been too aggravating! In the meantime, maybe some of you decided to go searching for some good reading on your own. That … Continue reading

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Dangers in the Acropolis

The education of our children could rightly be classified as the top issue on the tidal wave of cultural debate. While reading a post that a cousin put on Facebook, I could see the undercurrents of secular humanism and the … Continue reading

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My Highway Meditations Concerning Church Attrition

There I was looking at the GPS, while comparing it to my 2006 Atlas and looking for the right exit to turn into Butler, Pennsylvania. My destination? The church where at the age of 9 I followed the Lord in … Continue reading

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Church Attrition Hurting the Cause of Missions

Sixty-five years ago it was popular to be a church goer, to wear a label of the name of a Church or a denomination. In the mid 1940’s and 1950’s, as the baby boomers were being born, families wanted to … Continue reading

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