Month: <span>July 2022</span>

Month: July 2022

Playing That Cosmic Lottery

Whenever Mega Millions jackpot enters uncharted territory, mushrooming to $830 million last week, after COVID ripped our economy, many previously disinclined to “gaming,” joined the gathering throng. Not only are they willing to pay the piper, it’s inestimable how many who haven’t prayed since the second grade, may be cameoed …


Hard Lessons From Lamentations

A recent Bible survey of the five chapters from The Book of Lamentations, reminded me that theologian and philosopher, the late Dr. Francis A. Schaeffer, wrote a seminal book, in1969, “Death in the City,” against the backdrop of the 1960’s countercultural upheaval. It reads like today’s headlines, fifty-three years after …


A Conscious Assimilation of “Permanent Things”

As defenders of constitutional liberty and timeless verities, we understand that noble causes, such as defending the unborn and virtuous liberty, even though Roe’s overturned, echo T.S. Eliot’s stance, “We fight rather to keep something alive than the expectation that it will triumph.” For nearly fifty years, countless millions didn’t …

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