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  • Adult Stem Cells, Intelligent Design and Reverse Engineering and Good Advice from 1948

    Check out the link to World Magazine's "Roundups." This week in the Beginnings section which reports on science and intelligent design, includes several articles I thought would be of interest to you.1. Another adult stem cell breakthrough treatment that has prevented blindness and paralysis in patients with a neurological disease in which the immune system attacks the body's own cells in the central nervous system. This is in contrast to using embryonic stem cells which so far have not produced...  Read More...

  • Archeological Work In The City of David

    Sixteen feet under modern Jerusalem, archeologist's have uncovered a road once trodden by ten's of thousands of Jews during the three annual pilgrimage festivals - Passover, Shavout and Sukkot. Construction started in 20 AD, by the Romans, and it was finished under the governance of Pontious Pilate in 30 AD. Forty years later it was thought have been destroyed along with Jerusalem, but was amazingly preserved under the rubble in mint condition.Link to the article   Read More...

  • Religion in the U.S. Is in Sharp Decline Reports Pew

    The Pew data shows a major shift of the U.S. population away from Christianity and toward no particular religious affiliation at all. The youngest age group polled by Pew, the millennials, of which less than half identify as Christians and 40% are nonaffiliated (nones) .This is a stunning contrast when compared to the oldest generation studied, The Silent Generation, born between 1928 and 1945, 84% declared to be Christian and 10% unaffiliated.The ramifications of an increasingly secular society...  Read More...

  • Attorney General Barr Speaks to Notre Dame Law School on Religious Liberty

    The following is the speech given at Notre Dame's Law School on Friday, October 11, 2019 which was taken off of, The Department Of Justice's official web site. It didn't take long for the likes of Paul Krugman (New York Times) and Joan Walsh (The Nation) to shrilly criticize and try to marginalize his remarks. Bill Barr's speech is one of the best I've ever heard on religious liberty.   Read More...

  • The Seventh Commandment

    No, I'm not talking about the Biblical seventh commandment on adultery, but the 7th commandment written on the barn wall in George Orwell's, "Animal Farm." "All animals are equal but, some are more equal than others." This was my take away from CNN's Town Hall on Equality. The ten Democratic presidential hopefuls were questioned on LGBTQ issues by CNN's, Dana Bash, Anderson Cooper, Chris Cuomo, Don Lemon and Nia-Malika Henderson.Each candidate was asked whethe...  Read More...

  • Flower Power?

    Read Carl Trueman's article entitled, "Flower Power?." Dr. Trueman is a professor in the Calderwood School of Arts and Humanities at Grove City College, Pa., and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Faith and Freedom.His article addresses the practice of confessing to plants established by the New York Theological Seminary. I have posted on this seminary on April 22 and May 6th of 2019, regarding their unorthodox and dare I say, blasphemous theology.My thoughts:1.   Read More...

  • “Moral truths are a matter of personal opinion”

    How would you respond to someone who challenged you with the above statement? Is all truth a matter of personal opinion? If so, is there any truth at all?   Read More...

  • Constitution Day: September 17th, 2018

    Today we celebrate Constitution Day! If you are like me you never gave it more than a passing thought. I can safely say, a constitutional scholar, I'm not, however, I do like to read Supreme Court decisions.   Read More...

  • Vaping: A New Public Health Concern

    You may have seen on the national news broadcast's lately, about children and young adults permenantly ruining their lungs and even dying from vaping. I posted an article and a video on vaping on May 19th,( look for it under the media column) so if you haven't read it already you might want to consider doing so now! It goes over all the vaping nomenclature and why it is so bad for you.   Read More...

  • English Cathedrals Resort to Carnival Slides and Mini-Golf

    Several Cathedrals in England have resorted to placing super slides and mini-golf courses in their sanctuaries in order to attract attendees. Common sense tells us the only folks they will attract are those who would like to slide down their slide and play miniature golf. How about this, try preaching the Gospel before you put in a Slip-N-Slide.Please click on the attachment for the article.   Read More...

  • Planned Parenthood/NJ Assisted Suicide Law/Sex Selective Abortion in India

    Read the attached articles from World Digital Magazine by Harvest Prude, Onize Ohikere, and Lynde Lanngdon, who report on the Pro-Life Movement. In the news is Planned Parenthood's withdrawal form Title X program. At stake was $60 million in federal funding which would require Planned Parenthood to untangle its abortion business from its other services. More court battles will follow as well as political fighting in the next election.One lone, Jewish Doctor, stands up to fight against N...  Read More...

  • WHY?

    In the aftermath of the tragedies we have witnessed In El Paso and Dayton we are left with the single question that never seems to have an answer. What motivates a person to randomly start a killing rampage of innocent people? We don't have an answer.   Read More...

  • Taking A Bite Out of Evolution

    A toothache for DarwinistsSCIENCE | Fossil find complicates theory of human evolutionby Julie Borg Posted 8/01/19, 01:46 pmAnalysis of an ancient human tooth just took one more bite out of the evolutionary narrative. The discovery adds to an increasing body of scientific evidence suggesting that Neanderthals, Denisovans, and modern humans belong to one species. Though it throws a wrench into the theory that humans descended from archaic subspecies that migrated out of Africa, it fits quite ...  Read More...

  • When A Christian Celebrity Falls

    Josh Harris became a well known author at the age of 21, through his successful book entitled, "Kiss Dating Goodbye." His book launched the "Purity Movement" which rejected dating because of the hyper-sexualization of it by today's culture. Instead he emphasized a courtship model that centered around the family and doing supervised activities within its confines. Harris pastored The Covenant Life Church, a mega church, in Gaithersburg, MD from 2004-2014. He resigned ...  Read More...

  • Scientism: How It Controls Modern Thought

    Click on the PDF attachment for an article (actually an excerpt from a book by J.P. Moreland) on scientism versus the importance of understanding reality through theology and philosophy.   Read More...

  • Hollywood Showcase's the LGBTQ Superhero

    I'm not a big fan of the latest rage of the superhero genre of movies although, I did devour the original comic books when I was a kid. Even back then (in the 60's) they were platforms for social justice issues such as bullying and racial equality, both of which were an added bonus to reading them. I lost my interest in comic books when the superhero took on the evil environmental polluter.   Read More...

  • Archeologist's Find the Lost Biblical City of Ziklag

    Carbon 14 dating has confirmed the timing of Philistine artifacts found in an archaeological dig, in a place consistent with the Biblical town of Ziklag. Ziklag is where the soon to be King David hid from King Saul's wrath, with the blessings of the Philistine King Achish.Click Here for the Article   Read More...

  • Lesson From A Bird's Nest

    One of life’s lessons learned at a very young age, I will never forget, and that is that life is a precious gift from God. My friend’s and I found a robin’s nest full of eggs one day, and would visit the nest on a regular basis to see if the eggs would hatch. I got the bright idea of removing the nest and bringing it in to my second grade’s “show and tell” session, and then thinking, I would put it back afterwards. My ill conceived plan went awry, as I wa...  Read More...

  • The Bladensburg Cross

    Recently, the Supreme Court ruled on the case of American Legion v. American Humanist Association. At issue was whether a 40-foot cross on public land violated the the First Amendment’s  Establishment Clause.   Read More...

  • China's War on Christianity

    The communist government of China is cracking down on Christian churches with renewed vigor. All churches have to be registered with the government and are closely monitored. Underground churches still flourish but they continue to be shut down and pastors are jailed and persecuted.   Read More...

  • Hey, SIRI

    As if the U.N. doesn't have enough to do, U.N.E.S.C.O. (United Nations, Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in conjunction with the German government and the EQUALS Skills Coalition, (a partnership of governments, businesses and nonprofits) issued a 146 page report that will rock your world, please sit down.   Read More...

  • A Memorial Day Story

    Memorial Day: What does it mean to us today? The beginning of the summer season, a 3-day weekend of picnics and barbecues, a white sale at Macy’s, mattress sales, car deals, a Memorial Day double header at the ball park, everything but a somber day of reflection on the men and women who gave their lives in the service of their country.Union General John A. Logan proclaimed the holiday: “The 30th of May1868 is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers, or otherwise decoratin...  Read More...

  • "Arthur" Features Gay Wedding

    The premiere opening of the 22nd season of "Arthur," a PBS cartoon creation, features the same sex marriage between Patrick and Mr. Ratburn. The mainstreaming of the LGBTQ lifestyle is nothing new to television, but it seems to have reached a new low by including cartoons aimed at the pre-school audience.   Read More...

  • When Will We Ever Learn?

    The cover page of this months World caught my attention immediately. The cover features the portraits of an "All Star" cast of socialist dictators from the 20th century along with some newbies, Ho Chi Minh, Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot, Hugo Chavez, Karl Marx, Fidel Castro, Mao Zedong, Adolf Hitler and Nicolas Maduro. What do they have in common?   Read More...

  • New Regulations to Protect Healthcare Workers Religious Liberties

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  • Five Heresies But Who's Counting

    Apparently Robert A. J. Gagnon, PhD was!   Read More...

  • What's Your Compass?

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  • Will Political Correctness Be The Downfall of Christianity?

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  • Christianity Challenged Again By The New York Times

    It's a ritual, every year around Easter and Christmas the NYT's and other high profile publications spill ink attacking Christianity. Here we go again, this time a two time Pulitzer prize winning reporter, Nicholas Kristof poses questions about the crucifixion of Christ,the resurrection , the virgin birth and what happens to you when you die. I certainly don't mind the questions being posed by someone who is a sincere inquirer as no Christian ever should, however I doubt Mr.  Read More...

  • A Cluster of Teen Suicide's in Harriman,Utah.

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  • The Secret Power of the Children's Picture Book

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  • Mike Pompeo's Christian Belief's Under Media Scrutiny

    Like Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo is very open about his Christian faith and values. Because of this he is being accused of mixing his Christian faith with U.S. foreign policy.   Read More...

  • An Archaeological Dig That Could Change The Future Of Jerusalem

    The City of David, Jerusalem, was the capital of the Judean Kings. The Jerusalem of the Bible is located on a narrow ridge just outside the walls of the modern city, on an 11 acre mound, that was once the seat of the Davidic dynasty. Here in lies the problem, the site is in East Jerusalem on and beneath land that Palestinians want to be incorporated into their future state.   Read More...

  • Prayer Mentioning Jesus Is Offensive

    State Representative Stephanie Borowicz's opening prayer before the Pennsylvania House of Representative was deemed "offensive," "mean spirited" and" Islamophobic." Not bad for a prayer that only lasted about 2 minutes and invoked the "J-word" several times. Read the article and click on the link to listen to the prayer for yourself. Click Here for the Article   Read More...

  • Church of England Attacks Home Office

    The Home Office in the U.K. is similar in some respects to to our Department of Home Land Security, however it's purview encompasses a much broader range of services , among those is immigration. Read the linked article to learn why the Church of England finds itself defending Christianity to another government entity, the Home Office.Click Here For DetailsThanks to Ben Webster for the article.   Read More...

  • This Can't Happen In America

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  • A Ship of Fools

    The ship of fools I am referring to is Harvard University.This ship is crewed by the administration, faculty and captain'd by student whims. In an eye opening opinion piece from today's Wall Street Journal, Heather Mac Donald makes a case for the disaster that results when one drinks from the cocktail mixture consisting of (equal parts) of identity politics, the consumerist model of education and victimhood ideology. "In the end it bites like a snake and poisons like a viper." ...  Read More...

  • Just The Truth

    I just finished reading The Forum Section from Sunday's Post Gazette entitled: "Think Like A Libel Lawyer." I found it to be a very interesting and thought provoking article. David McCraw a libel lawyer and the author of this piece, is employed by The New York Times, as a press lawyer, who pre-empts possible law suits against the paper for libel (in essence a fact-checker). One method he uses, is reading the article as if he is the subject of it and constructing possible arguments ...  Read More...

  • A 12 Year Old Girl Schools Adults On First Amendment and Ethics

    Young journalist takes a stand for the first amendment and shows a maturity and ethical viewpoint beyond her years. Click Here for the Article   Read More...

  • A Bible Aimed At Millennials

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  • African Methodists Save The Day For Traditional Marriage

    The February Methodist general conference held in St. Louis met to vote on an agenda that included gay marriage and ordination of LGBTQ in the church. By a vote of 55% to 45% the measure was defeated.  Read More...

  • The Church A Cage

    Is the Catholic Church a cage? The language of a recent New York Times article on the number of gay men in the Roman Catholic priesthood certainly implies that it is. The precise quotation comes from Father Bob Bussen, a priest in Utah: “Life in the closet is worse than scapegoating,” he said.  Read More...

  • Wrestling With Faith And Girls

    The last time I wrestled a girl was putting a diaper on my youngest daughter. I won. Not so for Brendan Johnson. A Classical Academy senior, Brendan, forfeited a match that knocked him out of a tournament. His opponent, a girl. The tournament ,the Colorado State High School Wrestling Championship.  Read More...

  • Workism The New Religion

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  • Home From A Mission Trip A Couple Find A Mission Field In Their Own Back Yard

    Kevin and Mary Bode sold their home and used the proceeds to make a difference where they live. New Kensington is home to some of the poorest neighborhoods in Pennsylvania. "9Then you will call, and the LORD will answer; you will cry for help, and he will say: Here am I. "If you do away with the yoke of oppression, with the pointing finger and malicious talk, 10and if you spend yourselves in behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in t...  Read More...

  • Maryland's General Assembly Considers Death With Dignity Legislation

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  • Parent 1 and Parent 2 Replace Mother and Father in France's Same Sex Amendment

    France is leading the way on same sex issues with a new law identifying Mother and Father as Parent 1 and Paren 2 on all school forms. If Mom and Dad are Parent 1 and Parent 2 how about identifying children as Thing 1 and Thing 2 and so on ? (#stupid is as stupid does)  Read More...

  • A British Library Releases A Never Before Published Letter Written By C.S. Lewis

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  • "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path." (Psalm 119:105)

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  • An Opportunity For Christian Outreach To The Lonely

    Chances are you may know someone on your street or in your neighborhood like thosedepicted in the Wall Street Journal article entitled , "The Loneliest Generation". A sad reality but, a great opportunity for Christian outreach.Click Here for the ArticleSpecial Thanks to Bill Mehaffey for the article.  Read More...

  • If You Think The Catholic Church Is Alone In Its Sexual Abuse Scandals, Think Again

    A massive investigative report into sexual abuse in The Southern Baptist Convention, by the Houston Chronicle is revealed.

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  • "From everyone who is given much, much will be demanded ..." (Luke 12:48)

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  • No Forgiveness: The Consequence of Embracing a Secular Society

    Ben Shapiro's article, written for The National Review, appeared in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette's opinion pages. He writes, "A world with no mercy or grace is an ugly world indeed." Click Here for the Article  Read More...

  • A Canadian Minister Who Is An Atheist

    The United Church of Canada is Canada's largest Protestant Denomination. The Rev. Gretta Vosper, an avowed atheist, still holds her position at the West Hills United Church in Toronto.  Read More...

  • Where Does Beauty Come From? Natural Selection Is Hard Pressed To Explain

    Scientists are puzzled by the beauty in nature. Evolutionary Theory can’t explain, but every Christian can tell you why beauty exists.  Read the article in the NYT 1/9/2019 by Ferris Jabr. Click Here for the Article  Read More...

  • Raising Children Without Sin

    If your moral code is self realized, how do you explain the concept of sin to your children? Raising Your Children Without the Concept of Sin. Julia Scheeres, NYT, 1/25/2019.  Read More...

  • A Scientific Breakthrough or a Genetic Pandora's Box

    An experimental technique called Mitochondrial Replacement Therapy (MRT) is discussed. Do the moral, ethical and legal issues trump the desires of couples to use it? Do the ends justify the means?  Read More...

  • New York's New Abortion Law

    On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo, signed into law the Reproductive Health Act (RHA), legalizing late term abortion at any time before birth...  Read More...

  • Is Marijuana As Safe As It's Purported to Be?

     “Be very careful, then how you live - not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil.” (Ephesians 5:15-16) Marijuana: Is it as safe as it is purported to be? Are health benefits exaggerated? Gold-rush for brain-mush? Is Marijuana Safe? Retailers Are Ready to Cash In!  Read More...

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  • The Supreme Court Begins a New Term, Richard Dawkins New Book and The Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Our Youth.

    Today's "Mohler Report," discusses three very important topics that should be of interest interest to to all Christians.    Read More...

  • A Book Review of: The Road to Character by David Brooks

    Please click on the attachment to read the book review of "The Road to Character," by David Brooks. Thank you to Bill Mehaffey for his contribution to the blog!   Read More...

  • The Mohler Report 9/18/2019

    Listen to todays "Mohler Report." We have Merriam Webster adding a definition to the pronoun ,"they", Duke University refuses to charter Young Life as an official student organization and California is trying to provide free Abortion Pills on public university campuses, in an effort to destigmatize abortion.

     they pronoun ˈt͟hā Definition of they (Entry 1 of 2)1: those ones : those people, animals, or things They dance well.What do they want ...  Read More...

  • 50th Anniversary of Man Landing on the Moon

    Just 65 years after the Wright brothers made their historic 12 second, 120 foot long flight in Kitty Hawk, N.C., the Apollo 8 spacecraft, under the command of Frank Borman orbited the moon, a 3 day 250,000 mile journey. Live from space on Christmas Eve as pictures of the moon were televised back to earth the crew members took turns reading the creation story from Genesis I. One year later Neil Armstrong's voice crackled over the radio, "Houston, Tranquility Base here.   Read More...

  • What's On Your Book Shelf?

    My friend Bill Mehaffey sent me this interesting article by Mihail Neamtu, entitled, "Dostoevsky and the Triumph of Poetry over Ideology." Dostoevsky's literary work's give us insight into understanding the origins of modern atheism, Western nihilism and the logic of the secular age," contends Neamtu. Neamtu discusses," The Brothers Karamazov" as a prime example of Dostoevsky's understanding of the human condition and it's relationship to the theological ...  Read More...

  • Emanuel: The Untold Story of the Victims and Survivors of the Charleston Church Shooting

    Read a review of the new documentary Emanuel here.  The AMC South Hills Village theater will be showing the movie at 7:00 PM on June 17 and 19 only.     Read More...

  • "Our Father"

    The Lord's Prayer portrayed in scenes from nature in all it's created splendor and set to music is a wonderful experience. Click Here For VideoSpecial thanks to Bill MeHaffey for sharing the video!   Read More...

  • D-Day: the pivotal moment of the 20th century...

    June 6 is the 75th Anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy. Some historians call it the most consequential day of the 20th century. I would have to agree.   Read More...

  • Vaping: A New Public Health Concern

    Diseases and conditions associated with tobacco use are well documented  in the medical literature and include cancer, stroke, heart disease, COPD, pneumonia, emphysema, and many others. Deaths from the use of these products are 100% preventable. Simply put: don’t use them or if you do, stop.   Read More...

  • Sacred Duty: A Soldiers Tour at Arlington Cemetery

    Tom Cotton is the real deal. A Harvard Law graduate, commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Army, an Army Ranger, he served in the 101st Airborne and was deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan.   Read More...

  • Alabama Anti-Abortion Bill Signed Into Law

    This evening Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed into law The Alabama Human Life Protection Act. The law is sure to ramp up the debate in the upcoming presidential election as well an appeal to the Supreme Court.    Read More...

  • "Burden of Genius:" A Documentary About Dr. Thomas Starzl, Transplant Pioneer

    It's not often that we come across the extraordinary in our lifetime. Who comes to your mind  if you were to be asked; Who do you know of in your lifetime that is extraordinary? Maybe sports stars, politicians, astronauts, or war heroes, but, seldom do we think of those in the medical profession.  Read More...

  • Hill Song UNITED's "Another in the Fire"

    Hill Song UNITED is an Australian Christian band that by happen-stance, I ran into on the internet. I love the lyrics to the chorus of this song:There was another in the fire                                                                                             &nb...  Read More...

  • Hearts and Minds Book Store Children's Books for Easter

    Hearts and Minds book store is a Christian mom and pop business located in Dallastown, PA., run by Byron Borger and his wife Beth. Byron reviews Christian books on a blog site that  is a treasure house of information. I purchase books through his online service and have never been disappointed by any of his recommendations.  Read More...

  • Silence Is Golden

    My wife and I, after a busy day, decided on a late dinner out, and selected a restaurant that based on previous experiences, would be fairly quiet. I just wanted to be able to sit across from my wife and not have to shout above the din, to have a conversation. Oh well,it was a good thought anyway.   Read More...

  • The End Is Nigh

    The full title of The New York Times article by Kimberly Bradley is, “The End Is Nigh. Can Design Save Us?” The Milan Triennial showcases projects by designers, architects and artists that highlight humanity’s troubled relationship to nature. The curator of the exhibition, Paola Antonelli, believes, "Our only chance at survival is to design our own beautiful extinction." Not very optimistic, she believes that humankind will go the way of the dinosaurs.   Read More...

  • "The Club": A Book Review

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  • Seattle Is Dying

    Watch this KOMO news special report on the drug crisis and homelessness in Seattle. The report exposes a city government, judiciary and police administration's complete lack of understanding of the dire situation that has festered under their very noses. Piles of garbage, filth, used needles and syringes, public drug use, drug dealing ,crimes against property and people are rampant and scar a once beautiful city.Click Here For Video  Read More...

  • A Musical Event To Take Note Of

    Victoria's Secret: A Life in MusicNo, not that Victoria, we are talking about Queen Victoria on the 200th Anniversary of her birth. Unbeknownst to many, Queen Victoria was quite a patron of the art's and had interactions with some of the greatest musicians of the 19th century. Through her generosity many significant compositions were made possible.   Read More...

  • David Crowder Video

    Dove award-winning artist, David Crowder, releases a ‘Red Letters’ acoustic performance. This popular single, from his newest album “I Know A Ghost,” shares the narrative of God’s plan of rescue for believers as it’s told throughout the Bible. From the earliest moments, God had a plan in place to lead the world to His Son.   Read More...

  • Parents of Children Take Note

    Cynthia Ulrich has been in the teaching business for over 30 years. A Christian mother of twin boys, she has been a high school teacher, in law enforcement and now in private practice. She has been teaching people of all ages how to discover and use their natural inborn learning style strengths to succeed in anything they do.  Read More...

  • Johnny Carson Opines On Entertainment

    Here is an interesting signpost on the larger subject of how our culture has shifted. Click on the file to watch an interview with Johnny Carson. Thank you to Bill MeHaffey for the video!   Read More...

  • Patterns of Evidence: The Moses Controversy

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  • Just Because It's Cool

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  • Clint Eastwood and Toby Keith On Aging

     Here’s a tremendous, life-affirming video (regardless of one’s age) passed on by Bill Mehaffey, a lover of country music (who knew?).   Read More...

  • "Same Kind of Different as Me" Movie Review

    Movie Recommendation With Two High Thumbs Up: “Same Kind of Different as Me.” This is a remarkable, faith-based movie (though, with a PG-13 rating and containing mature themes, is not suitable for children). The fact that such a good movie got a 33% rating from Rotten Tomatoes speaks to the larger divide in our society right now (and why this blog exists): that subjects of faith cannot be fairly and objectively evaluated by folks of the secular persuasion. Based on a true story and t...  Read More...

  • Children's Book Reviews

    One of life's joys is reading to your children and later on to your grandchildren. To that end,I am always on the look out for good children's literature, of which I have a great appreciation  for. This past Christmas, with my two year old granddaughter in mind, I found a series of board books by Danielle Hitchen, entitled "The Baby Believer Series." I loved the fact that they were board books (Indestructible, I think), warmly illustrated and with simple Bible verses.There...  Read More...

  • An Assault On Fact And Truth

    BREAKING NEWS: The Remaking of Journalism and Why It Matters Now, by Alan Rusbridger. (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $30.) The former editor of the British daily The Guardian recalls coping with the dramatic transformation of the newspaper business and his concerns about the present assault on truth and fact. “Rusbridger wants us to know what it felt like to work inside a news organization during this era, and his painstaking account is fascinating.   Read More...

  • A Young Dying Woman's Exhortation to the Living

    A book review describes Julie Yip-Williams’s memoir, “The Unwinding of the Miracle,” written before her death at 42, as an exquisitely moving exhortation to the living. Click Here To Read More  Read More...

  • Reading and Living the Psalms

    The Case For the Psalms  by N.T. Wright
    The Psalms are among the oldest poems in the world. Early Christians and the Jewish people used the Psalms as the main staple of their worship.  Read More...

  • A Pro-Choice Advocate Does a 180

    The movie "Unplanned" is a true story about Abby Johnson a zealous pro-choice advocate who is transformed into becoming pro-life. This movie will be released March 29th.  Click Here To View The Trailer  Read More...

  • WSJ Video on Covington Catholic Debacle

    A Pro-Life March, Catholic School Children, MAGA hats, social media and a rush to judgement. Are Christian belief’s and traditional values under attack? Watch this video and you decide.  Read More...

  • "The Least of These": A Must See Movie

    "The Least of These: The Graham Staines Story." A true story about a missionary to India.  A powerful narrative of love overcoming hate. Shot on location in India this movie is unrated. Click Here For Trailer  Released 2/1/2019   Read More...

  • Read About Pittsburgh's Christian Heritage

    "The History of Christianity in Pittsburgh" by Gary Scott Smith. For those of us who think Pittsburgh is a special place to live and to raise a family, this book will confirm a lot of your suspicions as to why. As a man of faith and an academic, the author - formerly chairman of the history department at Grove City College - chronicles the rich history of this city and tells the story of Christianity in Western Pennsylvania.  Read More...

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