Category Archives: The Christian and Culture

Christians and the Coronavirus Conspiracies

It has been intriguing to me, and also somewhat disappointing, to see how many Christians have reacted to the current situation with Covid-19.  It brings to mind this passage in Isaiah.

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Lockdown and Churches in Scotland

The Bible makes it clear that Christians are to be law-abiding citizens.  But as Christians, we are supposed to obey the Bible as well. We also believe that there are realms where the civic authority is appropriately using its power, … Continue reading

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The “Ghost” of Christmas Articles Past

Based on what WordPress is telling me about what people are searching for, Christmas is still a hot topic, both the question as to whether or not we can/should celebrate Christmas, but also questions about Joseph and the genealogies of … Continue reading

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Christians and Christmas, Revisited

This blog was pretty much dormant for three years, and during that time quite a backlog of comments got stuck in moderation.  I’ve been working through them all, clearing them through moderation if they don’t violate the commenting rules, and … Continue reading

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Drug Abuse and the Christian

This blog has been dormant for a while.  I hope to “wake it up” soon (and I see a backlog of comments that need to go through moderation).  This article is not a “waking up”, really. I wrote the following, … Continue reading

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Voting, “Lesser of Two Evils”, and Scripture (Part I)

Christians need to remember — the same God who sent Nebuchadnezzar to eat grass is still in control. Continue reading

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Donald Trump’s Blasphemous Vengeance

I discussed this very briefly a week ago Sunday, but not everyone was present, so I thought I would mention it here, and perhaps elaborate a little more. I don’t spend a lot of time on politics in the meetings … Continue reading

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