Biblical Thoughts on Christian Patriotism

Photo by Scott McGuire https://scott-mcguire.pixels.com/ Introduction: Perhaps some of our blog's regular readers will remember that I have offered some reflections on the topic of Christian patriotism in the past. However, since we are celebrating Independence Day today, I though it would be good to offer some additional thoughts about the concept of patriotism and … Continue reading Biblical Thoughts on Christian Patriotism

Jeff Durbin Interview of Steve Camp Regarding Christian Support of Donald Trump

Above is a video of an interview of Steve Camp by Jeff Durbin of Apologia Radio. You may also watch it at the Apologia Radio website here, where you may read the comments from Marcus Pitman and some listeners. It is a shame that the interview went as it did, but it nevertheless highlighted some … Continue reading Jeff Durbin Interview of Steve Camp Regarding Christian Support of Donald Trump

"Can Evangelical Chaplains Serve God and Country?—The Crisis Arrives" by Al Mohler

Earlier today Al Mohler posted a blog article entitled Can Evangelical Chaplains Serve God and Country?—The Crisis Arrives. Here is the opening of the article: Can chaplains committed to historic biblical Christianity serve in the United States military? That question, though inconceivable to our nation’s founders, is now front and center. And the answer to … Continue reading "Can Evangelical Chaplains Serve God and Country?—The Crisis Arrives" by Al Mohler

For the Sake of the Gospel – Mormonism in NOT Christianity!

A group of Christian leaders has recently published a document entitled For the sake of the gospel! "Mitt Romney, Mormonism and the Christian Vote" A Biblical Call to Christian Ministers and Leaders. The document makes the case that Christians should be very careful to to add tto the current confusion about whether or not Mormonism … Continue reading For the Sake of the Gospel – Mormonism in NOT Christianity!

Michele Bachmann Cannot Properly Be Submissive Either to Her Husband or to Christ as President

I was glad to hear that Michele Bachmann understands that the Bible says that a Christian wife is to be submissive to her husband, for such is indeed the clear teaching of Scripture. For example: NKJ Ephesians 5:22-24 "Wives, submit to your own husbands, as to the Lord. 23 For the husband is head of … Continue reading Michele Bachmann Cannot Properly Be Submissive Either to Her Husband or to Christ as President

Christians Unjustly Arrested in Dearborn, Michigan

The description of the video at Godtube reads: These Christian missionaries were exercising their constitutional rights to free speech and the free exercise of religion, but apparently the Constitution carries little weight in Dearborn, where the Muslim population seems to dominate the political apparatus. Somehow I don't think we've seen the last of such things. … Continue reading Christians Unjustly Arrested in Dearborn, Michigan

A Memorial Day Reflection on Christian Patriotism

Although it has been two days since Memorial Day, I thought I would share some thoughts I had while celebrating that holiday this year, especially since there have been some recently who have questioned my patriotism due to my stance on the American Revolution. For, as regular readers of this blog already know, back in February I wrote … Continue reading A Memorial Day Reflection on Christian Patriotism

Dr. R. Albert Mohler on Paying Taxes After Obamacare

Earlier today Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, posted an excellent article entitled Render Unto Caesar? On Paying Taxes After Obamacare. In the article Dr. Mohler argues on the basis of such passages as Mark 12:7, Romans 13:1-7, and 1 Peter 2:13-14 that Christians are required … Continue reading Dr. R. Albert Mohler on Paying Taxes After Obamacare

The American Revolution: Was it Biblical?

Was the American Revolution Biblical? This question was posed to me recently, and in this post I would like to share some thoughts on the matter. I acknowledge up front that this question is one that has been strongly debated by Christians at times. In fact, there was not consistent agreement among Christians at the time of the … Continue reading The American Revolution: Was it Biblical?