The recent story about a Kentucky Clerk refusing to give gay marriage licenses to homosexuals has had me pondering the role of conscience and how it relates to rule of law. 806 more words
These days are largely subjective; biting perceptions with a hint of melodrama here and there. These days we live with a clause(and claws too). Mostly these are the days when we rely more on tags and labels and bracketing, when squibbing and display is the real deal than the real substance itself. 1,210 more words
Even a child is known by his deeds, by whether what he does is pure and right.—Proverbs 20:11 New King James Version.
“One way that the Holy Spirit exercises His convincing ministry in our lives is by addressing our consciences, prevailing upon them them to take the way of Christ in every issue. 249 more words
Statistics show that our minority ethnic groups ( and one in particular) are over represented in our prisons. I cannot help feeling, particularly in respect of the younger members of these groups that they have been shamelessly manipulated and indoctrinated by political groups, and their own activists, seeking power, profit, and control for themselves. 259 more words