Category Archives: Church and State

Bullying and the Christian Witness

Bullying never has been or will it ever be acceptable conduct for a Christian. In this brief article published on the Christian Life Resources website I talk about how a Christian must reject bullying if he or she hopes to … Continue reading

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My Perspective on Charlie Gard

I have written a small piece on the case of Charlie Gard, the British infant at the center of a treatment and parental rights controversy in Great Britain. The article is on the Christian Life Resources website. You can find … Continue reading

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Summary of Arguments Before Supreme Court

The Hobby Lobby case on the birth control requirement in the Affordable Health Care Act has generated a lot of discussion.  On Tuesday, March 25, 2014 the case was argued before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).  I … Continue reading

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Catholics Called to Witness – Inspiring Catholics to Live their Faith

Catholics Called to Witness – Inspiring Catholics to Live their Faith. Check out this video created to inspire members of the Roman Catholic Church to rightly establish priorities and to then act on those priorities.  A moving 3 minute video … Continue reading

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I Am Not Crazy!

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. ~ Albert Einstein My wife and I have voted for 37 years.  A lot has changed in that time though our involvement in the democratic process hardly … Continue reading

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NJ nurses say suit hasn’t halted abortion duties | The Associated Press | News | Washington Examiner

NJ nurses say suit hasn’t halted abortion duties | The Associated Press | News | Washington Examiner. Is the right to refuse to participate for conscience reasons always a good thing?  It is difficult for me to imagine not having … Continue reading

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