Planned Parenthood & Fatherless America

First off, we should be incredibly grateful for the momentum that is building against the Planned Parenthood witchdoctors. The dam is beginning to crack, and though we can expect enormous resistance and pushback from the devotees, this is not a sign that we are losing, it’s a sign that we are truly a threat. When…

20 Questions About Resisting Obergefell

So then, my last post on the implications of Obergefell and the opportunities being given to us as Christians to hate sin and love sinners generated some good and reasonable questions worth following up on. Here are a few of those along with a few more of my own: 1. Are you saying Christians should…

They Can’t Get Away

Plenty has already been said about the baby organ harvesting of Planned Parenthood. For several good summaries and responses, I invite you to be suitably appalled and stirred up here, here, here, and here. But I want to pile on, and I want to encourage you to pile on in whatever ways God gives you….

Glory on a Platter

One of the immediate conclusions that we must draw about the recent Obergefell decision is that the Lord is giving us this moment. He is giving this set of circumstances to us because He is our faithful and wise Father. He does not give us more than we can bear; He knows our frames. He…

Tradition With A Lisp

Perhaps one of the greatest attractions to the Eastern Orthodox tradition or the Roman Catholic Church is the claim to an authoritative interpretive tradition that cuts through all the different interpretations of the Bible. For example, a Roman Catholic acquaintance posted this from G.K. Chesterton yesterday: “The Bible by itself cannot be a basis of…

Our Rebellious American Wife

One of the things we need to recognize is that it is not at all an accident that the very judicial ruling which overturns the will of the people as expressed in the constitutions of the 30 states is also simultaneously a ruling of sexual confusion. The deep, laugh-your-head-off irony of the ruling is the…

A Sermon on the Obergefell Decision

The Sins of Intellectual Sloth and Cowardice Dt. 6:4-15, Heb. 12:1-6, 12-16, Acts 4:8-31 [Note: The audio for this sermon may be found here or here.] This last Friday, the Supreme Court of the United States of America, issued its decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, that the Fourteenth Amendment guarantees the right of two members of…

Luke VII: When Mercy & Justice Met

Lk. 1:57-80 Introduction One of the most fundamental questions we face as human beings is the question of justice. There is a universal instinct to insist on equity, fairness, justice, and yet it is a double edged sword that quickly cuts the one with a rigorous demand for it. We know that we need mercy…

Luke IV: True Myth & Humble Servants

Easter VI: Luke 1:26-38 Introduction The virgin conception of Jesus is one of the most famous elements of the gospel story, and here, Luke subtly illustrates why. The gospel is all about how God is rescuing the world and bringing to birth a new creation through ordinary people. New Creation With most miracles the supernatural…

God the Potter

At the end of Paul’s closing arguments about what God is up to in the world in Romans 9-11, he breaks into doxology. He bursts out: “Oh, the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and how inscrutable his ways! For who has known the mind of…