Month: July 2015

The Great Divorce: The Church and the GOP

After a long, frustrating courtship with the GOP, Richard Land, then President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention declared, ”The go-along, get-along strategy is dead. ‘No more engagement. We [conservative Christians] want a wedding ring, we want a ceremony, we want a consummation of the marriage.” That was 1998.

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McCain Trumps Immigrants

Charlie Rose seemed hacked off at Donald Trump. He pressed and prodded. Would The Donald cave and give the apology every pundit and other vocal candidates insisted was due?

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From Isolation to Relationship, An Interview with Dave Miller

Many perceive from both real stories and caricatures that Southern Baptists do not play well with others. And by others I mean those who do not belong to their tribe, those not affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Read More

Dear Friends . . . You Waved the Wrong Flag

Recent concern over the end of the world just got real here in Oklahoma. And maybe that is a good thing.

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Poverty, American Christianity, and The Church, An Interview with Ryan Abernathy

Seniors receiving assistance from the U.S. Government compare to animals in the wild. Stop feeding the animals, as the analogy goes, and you won’t have dependent human beings. Thank you, Oklahoma State GOP. Read More