When a Blowhard Makes a Logical Point

If you haven’t heard, Donald Trump stepped in it. In an interview with Chris Matthews, Trump, according to his critics, has called for the unthinkable: punish women who seek an abortion. I’ll just let that sink in for a minute. Of course, those on the left who are pro-abortion were livid and those on the…

Good Friday Thoughts

  When you think about Good Friday, what come to mind? Aside form it being the day that we remember that it was the day that Christ was crucified, do we really consider what the crucifixion means? When Jesus was brought before Pilate, on that fateful morning, do we give thought to what was occurring in…

Out of the Mouths of Babes

I follow a number of blogs, and this one in particular, from over at Logos Bible Software’s blog caught me as both humorous and worthy of sharing here.   Titled, What Do Lying Shrimp Have to Do With New Testament Exegesis?, by Mark Ward, PhD, points out some of the simple errors that we, as exegetes, can fall…

Just What Are We Teaching Our Kids at College?

In a recent article at Minding the Campus, Patrick Deneen, an associate professor at Notre Dame, posted something that, to me, was very alarming. He begins, My students are know-nothings. That sounds bad, but it’s simply a general observation, that he begins to qualify, They are exceedingly nice, pleasant, trustworthy, mostly honest, well-intentioned, and utterly…