Did You Know?

Each Thursday I will use one of my “Did You Know?” columns that have been so popular in my monthly “Preacher Helps.” Did You Know…. …that in 1990, the University of Arizona poison control center treated a man who was bitten on the tongue while kissing a rattlesnake? …that no matter how dumb you feel […]

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Was Martin Luther King, Jr. a Good Man?

Each Wednesday I publish one of my old columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, insightful, and sometimes inspirational. Following is a column from 2008.  My new, brief eBook, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Judged by His Character, Not His Color! is now available at Amazon.com for $3.99.   Martin Luther King’s statement that a person should be judged by his […]

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Can Christianity Today and Chuck Colson Handle the Truth About MLK?

I read the June issue of Christianity Today with some pleasure after filtering out the New Evangelical drivel that is often spouted on various pages. As an Independent Baptist Fundamentalist who advocates “responsible, biblical militancy,” I would obviously disagree with the loosey-goosey theology, lack of ecclesiastical separation, lack of promotion of godly living, etc. However, […]

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Are Liberals Non-thinkers, Bigots or Only Stupid?

Every Wednesday I publish an old column that I hope will be interesting, informative, instructive, and inspiring at times. Today’s column was published in 2008. Left-wing liberals are bad news for any nation while informed conservatives are a bright spot in a dark, dismal, and decadent day. That spot is brighter when those conservatives are […]

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Churches and Health Care Debate: Government Has Unlimited Power but Not Unlimited Authority!

Governments have almost unlimited power but they don’t have unlimited authority. British author, G. K. Chesterton, had lunch with Alexander Woollcott at a London restaurant discussing various issues ending with the difference between authority and power. Chesterton opined, “If a rhinoceros were to enter this restaurant now, there is no denying he would have great […]

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Quack Doctors Are Carriers of Social Disease!

Each Wednesday I publish one of my early columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, and maybe inspirational. This column was published early this year. Some highly respected doctors seemed to validate our suspicions about quack doctors when they declared after the Sikh shootings in Wisconsin, that gun violence is a social disease! I […]

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It is Dangerous to be Right When the Government is Wrong!

Few statements by Bible hater Voltaire are worth repeating but this one is worthwhile: “It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong!” People have lost their jobs, been fined, and placed in prison because they dared to tell the truth about their government. There is a big difference in your country and […]

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Where Do You Really Think America is Headed?

Each Wednesday I post an old column that I hope will be informative, instructive, and inspirational. Today’s column was first published in 2010. An old college friend asked me recently where I really think America is headed. I basically said that our nation is an out-of-control train running top speed with an incompetent and suicidal […]

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School Shootings: The Answer is More Guns!

No, the title is not hyperbole. I believe that school shootings, such as this week’s slaughter in Connecticut would disappear if everyone knew that each school had two or three teachers (or administrators) who were armed and considered dangerous (to the bad guys), and willing to defend the defenseless. Guns are not the problem. People […]

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Did PETA Supervise a Roach-Eating Contest in Florida?

There was a Big Affair at Ben Siegel’s Reptile Store north of Miami recently when 30 of the future leaders of America (young adults) competed in a roach-eating contest. The grand prize was a python and was won by a 32-year-old of Palm Beach man. PETA (is that People Eating Tasty Animals?) and other animal […]

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