What Happened to Justices of Roe v. Wade When they Met their Maker?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy_0CeIyq5s This Friday will mark the anniversary of one of the darkest days in the history of our land. It will mark the 43 anniversary of the horrific opinion in which the Court claimed it was legal for a woman to hire a contract killer to murder the baby residing in her womb. Justices Burger, Douglas, and Stewart filed concurring opinions along side Blackmun who wrote the majority opinion and was joined by Marshall, Brennan and Powell. It was Murder they wrote Read more […]

Freddie Gray and The Price of Rebellion against God

The whole city of Baltimore was on edge last week as the judge declared a mistrial of the first officer tried in the death of Freddie Gray. “The police department canceled leave for all officers this week while [the mayor] opened an emergency operations center and pleaded for calm.” The jury for officer Porter’s trial had a tough job determining who might share responsibility in the death of Gray. You can be fined for failing to wear your seatbelt, but Freddie Gray was not buckled in Read more […]

The Dilemma of Joseph and Christmas

One of the many blessings of teaching the Biblical view of law and government across this great land is the wonderful people who become fast friends. One couple in northern California who’ve become friends wrote this week thanking me for the work I had the privilege of beginning in their community. They conclude, “Wishing you all the best in these turbulent times. Merry Christmas.” Indeed, these are turbulent and troubling times. That got me to thinking about the very first Christmas. Read more […]

Animal Control

What the Bible tells us about animal control illustrates God’s view of human responsibility and justice. We saw last week in Micah 6:8 that as disciples of Jesus Christ, we are called to do justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with our God. One particularly thorny aspect of justice is the question of unintended consequences. When someone intentionally commits a crime whether that is premeditated or not we can see how justice is served, but what about when someone acts without an intention Read more […]

The Price of Violence

What does God desire of us as the disciples of Jesus Christ? Micah 6:8 puts it in a way that you could call…Discipleship Defined – Micah 6:8 “He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?” Here are three things God requires.  Beginning at the last it is a personal relationship with Him, humbly walking through life in step with Him. That means we hear from Him by reading His Word, Read more […]

The Most Important Human Government

As we approach the Thanksgiving to Christmas season I am reminded of that same time of the year in 1992. My Father, Gordon Whitney, was battling brain cancer. It had been two years since diagnosis. There was surgery and treatment that at first seemed successful, but then the cancer returned we were told it was in operable. We knew we had little time left with dad. The last I saw him, he was trying to do whatever he could to leave the hospital and go home. We visited on Thanksgiving and then Read more […]

Capital Punishment by God’s Standard

The law enforcement community has been congratulating itself on the lowing of violent crime statistics. The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports, for example, records the murders in 1994 as 23,326 as contrast with 2013 (the latest report available) as 14,196.[1] That was until Ferguson and then Baltimore where we have seen a significant uptick.  The FBI director “During his speech at the annual convention of the International Association of Chiefs of Police… said the surge in criticism and protests Read more […]

Marriage by God’s Standard

If a group were to conspire together in the goal of destroying a country without firing a shot, how would they pull that off? The most effective way to destroy a land is to collapse it at its foundations, and the most fundamental building block of any civilization is the family. As the family goes, so goes everything else. So the most effective pathway is to declare war against marriage and the family in order to completely destroy a society. The strategy to destroy the American family began Read more […]

Your Work Matters to God: The Ten Commandments Sets the Standard

Many years ago a man who lived on Long Island was able one day to satisfy a lifelong ambition by purchasing for himself a very fine barometer. When the instrument arrived at his home, he was extremely disappointed to find that the indicating needle appeared to be stuck, pointing to the sector marked “HURRICANE.”  After shaking the barometer very vigorously several times, its new owner sat down and wrote a scorching letter to the store from which he had purchased the instrument. The following morning Read more […]

The De-Christianization of Bakers and Coaches in America

The attacks on religious freedom are accelerating in America. You may have heard the latest on the Oregon bakers, fined $135,000.00 for declining the invitation to bake a “wedding cake” for two daughters of Sodom; who then complained they were discriminated against. Now the pagan State of Oregon is poised to evict them from their home, steal it from them and then give that $135,000.00 directly to the two daughters of Sodom. The new judicial standard seems to be that if you don’t believe the Read more […]

Gun Free Zones and American Mass Murder: Liberty is Rooted in the Fear of God

It has happened again, two more College shootings; one in the wee hours of the morning, the other at midday. Northern Arizona University and Texas Southern University shootings come on the same day the imposter was scheduled to visit Roseburg, Oregon, where eight students and a teacher were shot and killed last week at Umpqua Community College. The odd thing of course is that all three colleges were gun free zones. So how did that gun break the law and enter a gun free zone and murder people? Read more […]

Fired for Sharing His Faith!

It began as a normal day for Chris Routson as he prepared to go to work, until he received a phone call instructing him to come in a few hours later than normal. Chris worked at the Middletown, Ohio, Precision Strip metal processing plant for 13 years with a good employment standing. Four years ago he came to faith in Jesus Christ and began eagerly sharing his new-found faith with everyone, including his coworkers. One way he did that was through Facebook, so he had a wide circle, many of them Read more […]