WTNFTT

The last few weeks on social media has had me going:  WT #&%*@! The sadness, fear, and rage that it stirred in me was ugly.  This media may be social, but, in many hearts, has only led to forming more polarized tribes.  (This point has been made very forcefully and eloquently by Senator Ben Sasse […]

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Sanger’s Many Ironies

I’ve been reading some of Margaret Sanger’s writings lately to catch the many obvious flaws but also the many ironies in her thought processes in order to elucidate the trajectory of ideas that led to Planned Parenthood in its current diabolical iteration. Ironically she nailed some real societal ills. She effectively calls out Christians for […]

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Can you believe?

Today I read Fahrenheit 451 for the first time ever? I can’t believe I graduated high school almost 17 years ago and I just now read this book?  Pathetic. Oh my goodness.  It couldn’t be a more timely read.  Took me about 15 pages to get into it and to get passed, or rather accustomed to, the […]

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America's Eden

Long ago and far away were heavy hearts struck deep with hope, with longing stare unto the distant “over there,” with a sigh, a tear. It seemed like dreaming, to some a joke, this hope they held so tight Whispers of peace and land and liberty fell on every listening ear. Farther still in other […]

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More on question I posed the other day…

I want to, first of all, thank everyone who has participated in the conversation so far. I have really appreciated the tone of the discussion. I just wanted to continue it a bit more. Kwiz wrote: One of the things that people who are not African-American fail to realize is that the Black Church is […]

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What do you think?

Here’s a link to Barack Obama’s church. One short quote from the church site: “We are a congregation which is Unashamedly Black and Unapologetically Christian… Our roots in the Black religious experience and tradition are deep, lasting and permanent. We are an African people, and remain “true to our native land,” the mother continent, the […]

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