Judgment in the Wake of the Election

I was so ready to write a scalding assessment of the church after election night, about how Jeremiah, the weeping prophet, was told by God to “Go up and down the streets of Jerusalem, look around and consider, search through her squares. If you can find but one person who deals honestly and seeks theContinue reading “Judgment in the Wake of the Election”

Occupy Tea Wall Party Street and Why I Dislike This Conversation

This afternoon I posted a link to Dave Ramsey’s “Dear Occupy Wall Street” blog, which raised some discussion on Facebook.  I am a fan of Dave Ramsey’s no-nonsense, pull yourself up from the bootstraps approach to personal finances, and I like his spitfire and sarcasm.  He is straightforward and pulls no punches.  He also holdsContinue reading “Occupy Tea Wall Party Street and Why I Dislike This Conversation”

Vessels of Wrath and Their Destruction

In light of varying responses from Christians, non-Christians, Republicans, Democrats, et.al, it’s tempting to just say, “no comment” and move on with today’s news that Osama Bin Laden was killed last night.  Status updates on Facebook and Twitter feeds keep us within a certain character limit that is nowhere near sufficient for reflection.  If you find causeContinue reading “Vessels of Wrath and Their Destruction”