Daily Archives: May 31, 2008

How’d They Cover THAT?

Ever since I read Scot McKnight’s A Community Called Atonement, I’ve been visiting his web site every now and then. One post there that has gotten a lot of responses is God’s Wrath: A Question. Basically, it concerns a Christian … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Books, Church, Deuteronomy, Life, Religion | 2 Comments

Freedom and Health Care

After I wrote my recent post on Roots, Episode 4 (see Before the Storms Hit…), I thought about the whole issue of freedom. The slaves did not have freedom, for they were totally subject to the will of their master. … Continue reading

Posted in Health Care, Political Philosophy, Politics, Roots, Television

Hillary’s a Flip-Flopping Hypocrite

The AP has a good story this morning, entitled, “‘Last stand’ for Clinton at Democratic meeting “(see here). I haven’t been closely following the whole broo-ha-ha about the Michigan and Florida delegates, so I was happy that this article offered … Continue reading

Posted in Candidates, Current Events, Politics | 3 Comments

More on Armstrongism, Christmas

I’ve been informed this morning, by my mom and my Aunt C., that Armstrong didn’t come up with that Santa Claus and Jesus argument–you know, the one that says kids who believe in Santa Claus and find out he’s not … Continue reading

Posted in Church, Holidays, Religion

Armstrong on 7th Heaven?

Oh, I have one more thing to mention before I turn off my computer. I’m in the tenth season of 7th Heaven, and I just saw the Christmas episode, which is probably the most Christian episode of the whole series. … Continue reading

Posted in 7th Heaven, Church, Religion | 1 Comment

Before the Storms Hit…

Well, I’m supposed to be getting some thunderstorms tonight, and that may knock out my power, so I’ll get my blog written as quickly as I can. I’m watching episode 4 of Roots right now, the one in which Mike … Continue reading

Posted in Movies, Race, Roots, Television