Category Archives: Pro-Life

“Seventeen” in our Culture of Death

Seventeen. That’s the number of students killed at Marjory Stoneham Douglas High School in Parkland, FL on Valentine’s Day, just a few weeks ago. It is also the number of counts of premeditated murder which a former student, Nikolas Cruz, … Continue reading

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What Happened on Saturday of Holy Week?

Here we are on Saturday of Holy Week, midway between commemorating Christ’s crucifixion and celebrating His resurrection. What happened between these monumental events? If Jesus’ body was in the tomb, where was his spirit/soul? In the Old Testament, the place … Continue reading

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“….He bowed his head and died.”

The Gospels tell us that as Jesus hung on the cross on that Friday of Holy Week, around noon the sky turned dark and stayed that way until the middle of the afternoon. Then, Jesus shouted with his last breath … Continue reading

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Until Then…Carry On!

ABC Television Network is taking criticism for one of the hosts of the daytime talk show “The View” suggesting that Vice President Mike Pence’s practice of praying to God is like a “mental illness.”  His “talking to Jesus” and then … Continue reading

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Heaven…YES!

I recently spent a few days visiting some of my extended family members, one of whom has a form of dementia and is in a special facility where they can better care for her.  In her current condition, she sometimes … Continue reading

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The Elusive Pursuit of Peace

The Elusive Pursuit of Peace Earlier this week, we honored the memory and legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr, the Christian pastor and non-violent civil rights leader, who was murdered in Memphis, TN five decades ago. Later this week, … Continue reading

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Repugnant Religious Testing for Public Office?

Were you as shocked as I was to recently watch Democratic Senators on the Judiciary Committee question judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s religion, as a modern litmus test for their approval or rejection? Not all “dogma” is religious, and their … Continue reading

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