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No Stop Signs in Hell

I saw an article in a Chicago newspaper with the headline that read:


A minister at La Vista Church of Christ made note of a member who said that every morning she had to drive 15 miles over the speed limit in order to get to work on time; and she wanted to know if that was a sin. 1,426 more words


Who needs the kick in the pants? Them or You?

“Our problem is civil obedience.”

Are you obedient?

I see these t-shirts around these days with the logo “obey” and I think how very wrong a message.   305 more words

Government has stolen effective protest but only if we continue to allow it to

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,339

Thursday 11 February 2016.

Dear Mr Cameron,

This is an issue that’s been bothering me for some time – What happened to protest that it is no longer effective in demanding and driving change? 411 more words

Keith Lindsay-Cameron

The presumption of taking our consent for granted

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,297

Saturday 26 December 2015.

Dear Mr Cameron,

The words of Howard Zinn – “Civil disobedience is not our problem. 457 more words

Keith Lindsay-Cameron

The Perfumed Butler

In our day and age (especially for young people like me, I think), it’s tempting to believe that Christians should have nothing to do with the government. 249 more words