In the mid to late 1980's I was going through a spiritual journey that would take me from the insular world of hyper-fundamentalist Christianity with its certainties, quick and easy answers, and lack of ambiguity to a place where I had to walk by faith and not by the myth of certainty. I traveled the … Continue reading Does Jim Dobson "Make Stuff Up?"
From a press release sent out by Americans United For the Separation of Church and State earlier today: Americans United for Separation of Church and State today filed a lawsuit in federal district court on behalf of several religious leaders and a religious organization whose First Amendment rights are violated by South Carolina’s “I Believe” … Continue reading Amen and Hallelujah! "Christian License Tag" Lawsuit Filed
We, the people of the State of South Carolina, in Convention assembled, grateful to God for our liberties, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the preservation and perpetuation of the same. (The Preamble to the South Carolina Constitution)I am an unapologetic follower of Jesus Christ. I recite the Creeds, pray the Lord’s Prayer and … Continue reading South Carolina’s Bad Laws and Worse Religion
Maybe it’s finally over, this primary season that felt like a primary decade. Hillary’s out, thanks to New York’s Charlie Rangel. It’s on to Denver where Barak Obama will be officially nominated and then the end-game with Senator McCain.What was it that made Obama the winner and Hillary the runner-up? According to the Hillary camp, … Continue reading Post-Clinton, Not Post-Feminist