Category Archives: culture

Newsflash: the Bible will hurt your feelings

The internet has been abuzz the last few days over the Nashville Statement, delivered from a joint conference between the Center for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.  The statement succinctly lays out a case … Continue reading

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Another question: on being woke and Christian

I’ve been pecking away little by little on a follow up to my last post, Some Questions I’m Asking While Off to My White Evangelical Church. It occurred to me that there are some more questions I’ve been chewing on … Continue reading

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The church in the age of MLK: the culture and us

Thanks to the memory section on Facebook, an article written by Dr. Anthony Bradley popped up from two years that I shared titled The KKK, Selma, and Southern Christianity. It was a raw reflection from seeing the movie Selma but … Continue reading

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How dare those Christians use their gifts on worldly platforms

After all, we need to be salt and light. Reminds me of this submission I made to the Babylon Bee. Church expresses growing concerns of woman entering secular accounting profession Members of Greater Cornerstone Independent Bible Fellowship Church commit to … Continue reading

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On conservatives and race: do black lives really matter to the right?

In my last post, I addressed an issue of priorities that drives politically conservative Christians to not only be drawn to the GOP but also feel compelled to endorse it’s candidate to uphold priorities. Specifically, I noted issues of life … Continue reading

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