Monthly Archives: June 2015

Mending A Body Divided

At a wedding a few weeks ago, a new father was telling the table of guests about the many difficulties of raising two young children.  After he finished, I shared my belief that God gave us the experience of fatherhood … Continue reading

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Beautiful Propaganda, Ugly Reality

On December 31st more than 20 years ago, I remember going to a bar with some friends to bring in the new year in the Gaslamp district of San Diego.  We drank too much, tried to hit on some women, … Continue reading

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The Two Hundred Trillion Dollar Ponzi Scheme and the Collapse of America

While watching videos on YouTube the other day, I came across a video entitled “Richard Koo Educates Peter Schiff“.  Richard Koo is, evidently, a Japanese economist and in the video he discusses the “balance sheet recession” that Japan struggled with … Continue reading

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China, the Dollar and the Coming Financial Crisis

As I have read the news over the last year, I have become increasingly alarmed.  Our world is headed for some tremendous problems that will have cataclysmic effects on Western society and only a handful of people seem to be … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace Controversy

The other day I heard a Christian teacher talking about a church that attempted to modify the classic Christian hymn “Amazing Grace” by changing the words, “that saved a wretch like me” to the words “that saved a man like … Continue reading

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Legalism vs Antinomianism

Many of the “heated discussions” within the church concern questions about where the line should be drawn on a number of important cultural issues.  Almost invariably in such debates, the more conservative members of the church will be called legalistic … Continue reading

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