The Bible Led Me To Conservatism

The Bible led me to conservatism. It didn’t lead me to a political party or movement. It lead me to a philosophy that helps to govern my political beliefs. There…

Why We Must Argue From Scripture

I had an interesting conversation with someone who was arguing for women as senior pastors of churches. What was interesting about the conversation is that at no time in the…

Functioning As God’s Image

“What is the purpose of your life?” or, “What in life gives you the most fulfillment?” We all have a purpose, fulfilled in a function, with gives us meaning. Let’s…

How To Respond To Transgender People

This article is about the spiritual implications, problems, and solutions to the trans movement, which is growing in public attention and debate. This article is not about the politics of…

Why Are There Two Genealogies for Jesus?

Did you know what one of the biggest challenges to Christianity is? It is centered on who Jesus’ family was. In our day when people challenge us about who Christ…

American Genesis: Christian Principles in State Constitutions

This is the final page in my American Genesis series. It is nothing more than a collection of all Christian principles found in America’s first 24 state constitutions. North Carolina—1776 …

American Genesis: Fundamental Principles Revisited

             In all things, there are at times a mixing of the good and the bad, the righteous and the evil. It is true in our churches as it is true…

American Genesis: Marriage & Slavery

             In the Supreme Court case, Planned Parenthood vs. Casey, both pro–abortion, and pro–life advocates came away from the Court’s ruling with mixed emotions. Pro–lifers missed an important precedent set by…

American Genesis: Judges as Legislators

             Judicial activism is the practice of using assumed judicial authority to create law apart from a constitutionally established legislative process. The roots of judicial activism are found in English Common…

American Genesis: Personal Behavior

             While many of the states recognized a right to worship, Vermont went further, adding in Chapter I, Article III of its Declaration of Rights:               “All men have a natural and…