This is a continuation of a series begun in Part 1 in which I am reviewing Trump’s actions since he won the Presidential election and up to the day of his Inauguration.
It may have become apparent (at least to my peers on Facebook) that I have serious misgivings on Trump’s Presidency. I watched the entire Inauguration, and listened intently to what I believe to be an excellent Inaugural Address in which many things were said that I wholeheartedly agree with.
“…that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” – Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address, Bliss Copy
Law enforcement is a critical–nay absolute necessity in our society. That’s because all of us are lawless in our hearts (if you don’t believe me, try driving on the interstate at the speed limit and see how often you are passed).
I love philosophy. Philosophy is the Friend of GOD. Philosophy strikes at the heart of what we think and feel and the language we employ to express those thoughts and feelings.
I wish to address an issue that is chronic across many geographical, ethnic and cultural lines: suicide.
The first forty-two years of my life were spent as a Californian and (for the most part) as a Seventh-Day Adventist (SDA). The SDA Movement suffers a negative reputation in the Realm of Christendom…most of it undeserved.
Continue reading On Adventists
What does the Flag of the United States of America mean to a Sioux living on the Standing Rock Native-American Reservation?
In light of President-Elect Trump’s revealed private statements about women, I thought it appropriate to publish here Sermon 41 from my book “The Basics and More: A Year’s Sermons.”