Lamentations In The Rearview Mirror

by Mike Pyatt Reformed 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, nearly fifty years after Woodstock, that’s now being celebrated by revisionist historians, heralding it as …

Redolent of Self-Interest

by Mike Pyatt As adults, we’re unsurprised when one’s offspring is up front, asking, “What’s in it for me?” At least we can trot out our tawdry, “It’s not all about you,” speech that we’ve rehearsed just for this occasion, as we hastily eschew the #MeToo generation. Not so fast. …

Revisiting Evil

by Mike Pyatt Amid the El Paso and Dayton shootings, Democrat Presidential hopefuls slavishly offered another tawdry emotional appeal for stricter gun control. Like Chicago? The El Paso shooter reportedly wanted “to kill as many Mexicans as possible.” That 24 year old Dayton shooter didn’t survive despite wearing body armor. …