Why I Wear a Cross in a Secular Society: Against Quebec’s Bill 21

Over the past few decades, it has become increasingly unfashionable to be religious and devout. This cancerous idea reared its ugly head in Germany in the 18th century and has since crept into all parts of the western world. Hollywood actors mock the religious routinely and we've become the butt of many comedians' jokes. If …

Why Biden’s $6 Trillion Spending Spree Should Be Stopped

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s (FDR) New Deal created jobs during the Great Depression to help millions in the United States put food on their tables. In times of crisis, we often look to our leaders for help. Sadly, some capitalize on our crisis mindsets to push through legislation that would never have been accepted in …

Jesus Already Drop-Kicked Marxist, Atheist Agendas

In the age of the “enlightenment” of the 17th - 19th centuries, deep atheistic thinkers crawled into the corners of people’s minds with their materialist agendas, claiming physical science had an explanation for all we know in this world. The “rational” supplanted the “traditional” and the “material supplanted the supernatural.” People in the West began …

#Prolife Alert: How MLK’s Dream Applies to the Unborn

Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream that the United States would “make real the promises of democracy.” In 1963, he stood up against oppression, racism, and the unequal treatment of black people iwhen he shared his great dreams with his many followers. The following year, the U.S. government passed Title VII of the Civil …

#Prolife Alert: U.S. Federal and States Laws Elevate Animals and Dehumanize Humans

The Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (passed in 1940) prohibits the “take, possession, sale, purchase, barter, offer to sell, purchase or barter, transport, export or import, of any bald or golden eagle, alive or dead, including any part, nest, or egg, unless allowed by permit(16 U.S.C. 668(a); 50 CFR 22). ‘Take’ includes pursue, shoot, …

Social Justice Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: A Christian Response

One of my favorite graduate assistants, from a handful of years ago, grew up in Sweden, where she was raised in a Christian home by very loving parents. I met her parents upon her first graduation where they gave me a book entitled “Jerusalem” by Selma Lagerlöf, which presented a fictional account of a humble …

Do Ethical Values of Religious People and Atheists Vary? An Answer from the #WVS

I downloaded data from the 7th and most recent wave of the World Values Surveys today and analyzed items using the SPSS statistical package. I wondered whether any statistically significant variations were present between religious people and atheists on a variety of ethical values and norms. I isolated the United States, New Zealand, Japan, and …

How the Parable of the Talents is Applicable in Today’s Pandemic and Protests

In the Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30), Jesus shared a story of a man who gave his servants five talents, two talents, and one talent, each according to his abilities. The servant with five talents traded with them, making five more talents. The servant with two talents did the same. But the one who …