Without further ado…
Frank Turk reminds Christians that, “You don’t need a perfect confession to save you, but you do need a faith which is perfecting you, not leading you into more error.”
Moving toward politics, religious freedom is now becoming a thing of the past. If you hold to Biblical Christian beliefs regarding homosexuality and other sexual perversions, you might not be able to get a degree from a secular university anymore. This has now been confirmed in court. Our society is progressing on a path that leads to greater exultation of destructive, God-hating, sinful behaviors. I think this gives me a perfect segway into…
Some folks over at the Gospel Coalition have some interesting comments on the current Reformed movement among evangelicals—a call to a high view of Biblical theology and scripture and setting ourselves as those who stand on the truth of the Bible is needed. Compromise with our corrupt culture is becoming less attractive every day.
My friend, Jay Risner, has some sobering thoughts on modern American tyranny and the speed at which we’re embracing shackles with a smiley sticker on them. A former ambassador, Alan Keyes, concurs and discusses how real racism happens when ideology is paired to race. There’s this great quote in there from him:
“What did it mean to be a slave?” Keyes asked. “It meant that you actually had guaranteed shelter, guaranteed clothing. Your master guaranteed your food, your clothing, your shelter and a job. [sic] “Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?” he said. “That’s exactly what the Obama faction and the leftists and the socialists and the so-called ‘liberals’ want to pretend is what all Americans should aspire to.”
Jay Leno had some great words regarding Obama’s recent 49th birthday (HT: Newsbusters):
And finally, this is a good analogy for life sometimes: