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To Matt Walsh: A Reply

In his latest blog entry Matt Walsh lamented against two cases in the forefront of the news that, confusingly, has nothing to do with religious rights at all – even though he tried (really hard) to make it about religious rights. 568 more words

It's All Political, But None of It Is.

We definitely live in a different age than the one in which I grew up. I won’t say that things are worse, because attaching that sort of interpretation might infer to some that our God has lost control of things and is somehow not as sovereign as He once was (a ridiculous notion).  1,135 more words

God And Country

The Church in a Rebellious Culture: First, Purify Our Hearts

By Michael Patrick

My first job as a teenager at the local newspaper included smelting lead for an old Linotype machine.  Newspapers were printed using pure lead type. 417 more words

Kris-mas VonBerge and the Divine Right Of Un-Enlightenment

Earlier this week mayoral candidate Robin Hensel had the opportunity to address the Little Falls Rotary Club. During her presentation to the group Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) executive director Kris VonBerge interrupted Hensel to ask what she thought about a 2016 “living nativity as a community project”. 602 more words

Little Falls

ORDINARY TIME: 30th SUNDAY A - Loving God, Neighbour, and Oneself--Faith Celebrated

MATTHEW 22, 34-40

34   But when the Pharisees heard that he had silenced the Sadducees they got together
35   and, to put him to the test, one of them put a further question, 253 more words

Celebration

Let's Talk About Religion and Politics

Let’s talk about them because they are both extremely important. Let’s talk about them because they both touch upon multiple areas of our lives. Let’s talk about them because combining the two in one conversation is socially taboo. 331 more words

Church And State

Florida Elections…U.S. Elections…What’s the Difference?

By Graham Glover -

I recently mailed in my absentee ballot for this year’s elections. Included on my ballot was the most depressing vote I have ever made. 736 more words

The Emperor's Chair