Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.

Catch Me If You Can

December 8th, 2008 Viewed 2288 times

boy and girl header Many laws that were passed some time ago are now under scrutiny as relics of a bygone era—a time when people agreed on moral principles that are now up for grabs.  Laws that enforced clean language, the sale of liquor and protected a spouse from adultery have all been challenged, and when a story of one of these laws being enforced makes news, it’s always in terms of how crazy the people are that still these laws, and how these laws need to be overturned.

Why Are You Backing Sen. Ted Stevens?

October 30th, 2008 Viewed 1602 times


Sen. Ted Stevens is a convicted felon.  He’s also one of the U.S. Senators from the State of Alaska that happens to be a Republican.

For those of you who are watching, there’s a chance that the Democrats could claim 60 seats in the U.S. Senate, and thereby securing a super-majority (one that could not be filibustered and could easily override a Presidential veto).

Sen. Stevens is up for reelection, and rather than dropping support for the man (who will not resign his campaign), and standing on principal, the Republican party is still trying to get him elected:

Capital Punishment Debate

February 27th, 2008 Viewed 12110 times

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The debate over whether capital punishment is a moral or even an effective form of punishment is one that generations have discussed. The concept of Capital punishment goes back at least to the time of Moses, where Cities of Refuge were created to protect those that unintentionally killed someone from the Avenger of Blood, but it may go all the way back to the first murder– that of Able, murdered by his brother Cain.

Indeed, in that instance, God spared Cain’s life and marked him forever as a punished one and let him live. Isn’t that a good reason to accept life in prison over Capital Punishment?


Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.