Don’t Adjust the Contrast

  From a humanities perspective, God’s word to us is a study in contrasts. Distinctions of people, places and things are noted on page after page. The Creator, who dwells in unapproachable light, provided those created in His image with eyes to see and ears to hear so as to discern the dissimilarities with a…

‘Tis the Season to Rethink Equal Outcomes

  The Progressive’s notion of equal outcomes: “income equality” realized through redistribution; test results based on tests revised so that certain people could pass the test; participation-trophy type merit; laws that ‘fix’ opportunity for certain people; verdicts and sentencing of activist judges who rule based on a defendant’s social circumstances rather than by the crime…

Only One Thing Matters

  Three scenarios, two Marys, and only one thing matters: Jesus’ parents used to go to Jerusalem every year for the Passover festival. When Jesus was twelve years old, they went up as usual… After the festival, Joseph and Mary left Jerusalem for their home in Galilee. They went on for a day’s journey thinking…

What Am I Not Forgetting?

  “I’m not implying that I’ve already received “resurrection,” or that I’ve already become complete and mature! No: I’m hurrying on, eager to overtake it, because King Jesus has overtaken me. My dear family, I don’t reckon that I have yet over taken it. But this is my one aim: to forget everything that’s behind,…