Ethics

Trolling Christian Twitter for Nuggets of Gold

I am more near retirement than Scott. I have grandchildren older than his newborn. He has more hair. And, fortunately for me, he did not turn the old guy away when he reached out for a conversation on the Twitter platform.

Who In the World is Scott M. Coley

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No Better Time for Public Theology: An Interview with Kyle A. Roberts

Many would have us believe talk about God is in decline. Hardly. The election of President Trump and his highly visible group of Faith-Based Advisors spurred Pastor Robert Jeffress to consider President Trump the most Faith Friendly President¬†Ever.… Continue reading

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The Impossibility of Ethics? – A Conversation Over Breakfast

Solomon the Wise King faced the impossibility of ethics. The story is well known. His response to the dilemma came in rooting out the true mother. When the baby’s mother declared, “Give her the living baby but please don’t have him killed,” Solomon knew the true mother would love … Continue reading

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What Is A Christian To Do About Refugees?

My grandboys call me Doc, or PaPa Doc. The nickname may have come when Nathan and I met and began working on staff together. “Hey Doc,” would begin a sentence or question. Our girls thought that would be a cute distinction between their “Grandpas.”… Continue reading

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I Like Steve McCoy’s Appeal

A friend recently asked why I was teaching a Sunday morning Bible Study. I am the pastor. Some do not teach or participate in a Sunday morning Bible Study time before preaching. I do. Chiefly because I learn quite a bit from the group.

I don’t always teach. Most … Continue reading

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