Daily Archives: March 19, 2008

Obama and Jeremiah Wright

I wrote this article for Helium. It was part of a debate entitled US elections 2008: Will Rev. Wright’s radical views harm Obama’s chances? I defended the “No” side.——————————————————-Barack Obama is a smooth operator. Ronald Reagan was called “the teflon … Continue reading

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I Love George W. Bush

Today, NPR has a few stories that make me glad I voted for George W. Bush. They are as follows: 1. New Ob/Gyn Guidelines Stir Ethics, Legal Debate “March 19, 2008 · The Department of Health and Human Services says … Continue reading

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Zechariah 11:4-17: Who’s the Shepherd?

In Zechariah 11:4-17, God gives Zechariah an assignment: he is to play a shepherd who ditches his flock. Zechariah gets upset at three of his shepherd co-workers, so he decides to abandon the flock to slaughter. He breaks two staffs, … Continue reading

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Odds and Ends

I finished the Book of Malachi yesterday, and I am going on to the Book of Matthew. But my blogging plan over the next few days is to write some more about the prophets. There are times when I have … Continue reading

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