(Dis)Respect for Marriage Act and the Case for the Christian Family

As Richard Weaver taught us many years ago, Ideas Have Consequences. We live in a world of cause and effect. We reap what we sow and to deny this is to mock God himself. The (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act is slotted for U.S. House approval this week. And what the prophet Hosea once said lands squarely … Continue reading (Dis)Respect for Marriage Act and the Case for the Christian Family

Joe Rogan, Matt Walsh, and the Duty of Having Kids

https://open.spotify.com/episode/4pYVTgDtmqu2IQcVJfVixA?si=QGzyf_9sQ2yRXrY7KNjkdg I caught some of the recent interview between Matt Walsh and Joe Rogan. The last third of their exchange is where the action picked up. Rogan easily agreed with Walsh about the folly of transgenderism. But when gay marriage and the duty of procreation came up, there was a collision of worldviews. It was … Continue reading Joe Rogan, Matt Walsh, and the Duty of Having Kids

Christian Nationalism: A Reply to Jonathan Leeman

Jonathan Leeman has written a recent article in which he recommends that we reject Christian Nationalism because it misrepresents Jesus. Leeman distinguishes between "influencers" and "identifiers." He is in favor of Christianity influencing the nation and its laws (these are the influencers). But he is not in favor of the nation and its government identifying … Continue reading Christian Nationalism: A Reply to Jonathan Leeman