Category Archives: Cultural Issues

“Hidden Figures” and Being Black in America

Recently I saw the movie Hidden Figures. It’s message is quite powerful, especially in times like these–times in which we are still fighting the evil of racism. “…and I can’t change the color of my skin.” By now we should … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Black History Month 2017

In 2017, there’s no need to kid ourselves: racism is still an issue in the United States of America. As a nation we’ve come a long way. Kudos! If, however, the last few years is any indication, we still have … Continue reading

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The Christian and the Trump Administration

On January 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America at the 58th Presidential Inauguration. As a Christian and citizen of the United States of America, I will pray for … Continue reading

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A Smile to the Glory of God

There’s simply too much hate and distrust in the world.  I often have to remind myself that I’m a Christian, a Christ follower, who is indwelt by the  Holy Spirit, and who should live not from the wisdom of this … Continue reading

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Congratulation to Mr. Donald J. Trump, the Next President of the United States

In an earlier post I argued that God is the one who controls the course of world events.  He is the one who appoints and deposes governments.  I hold to these beliefs based on texts like Daniel 2:21 and Romans … Continue reading

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