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A Response to Luke Todd on My Book

I am grateful to Luke Todd for taking the time to read and review my book, Did the Reformers Misread Paul? A Historical-Theological Critique of the New Perspective. It is good to know that yes, indeed, someone outside my dissertation committee has … Continue reading

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What Can Kim Davis Accomplish from Jail?

It took barely over two months. If you’re keeping score, keep that number in mind: two months. That’s how long it took for someone to be sent to jail because of the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision from the end of June imposing … Continue reading

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Seven Things You Should Know about the Civil War

With so much attention focusing on the Confederate flag this week, here are some things you should know about the Civil War: 1. The Civil War was not fought over slavery, at least not directly. When the Confederates fired on … Continue reading

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The GOP should make this a campaign poster

Let’s see who can suggest the best caption.

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Somebody Needed to Say It

I…Love…This. Enjoy!

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As Usual Thomas Sowell Is Right

With the tragic shooting of Trayvon Martin and the media uproar that has predictably resulted from it, I find Thomas Sowell’s recent piece to be a rare dose of sanity on a subject that the rules of our public discourse … Continue reading

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Check It Out

An article of mine on Luther and Melanchthon has been published in an online journal.  Here is the link.

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Obama Reverses His Policy on Birth Control and Abortion?

No, he didn’t.  He went through a charade that made it look like something has changed, but it hasn’t.  He is still seeking to force religious Americans to provide insurance coverage for contraceptives and abortifacients that they cannot, in good … Continue reading

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A Petition Worth Considering

In light of my previous post on this most recent occasion for civil disobedience, I want to point your attention to a petition I believe it is worth your time to consider signing.  It as one associated with the Manhatten … Continue reading

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Hatred for the Rich

Doug Wilson has a recent piece that should not be missed.  It’s short enough to quote in full here: You have a button in front of you, placed there by a helpful genie. But instead of giving you the standard … Continue reading

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