Ethics

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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Ed Stetzer is a Traitor?

It must be the long chin hair of his goatee. His facial hair is out of lock step with Southern Baptist Executive grooming standards. It seems the former soul patch he sported did not draw so much attention. The ever-growing goatee crosses the line. It may have reached four … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap – Maybe You Missed These Posts

I don’t miss the Bactrim. The side effects may have been as deleterious as two surgical procedures. Your week may have been much better and busier. Here is a recap of this week’s posts. Maybe you will catch some of the subtleties.

OU Football Challenge Accepted – Rick Davis … Continue reading

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Stephen Keating Undresses Pro-Life Tactics or, Let’s Get Underneath Akin’s Skin

I am late to the bash. Representative Todd Akin’s remarks continue to form the nexus for many an article and blog post. My friend Marty Duren recently posted an open letter to Representative Akin from a woman who got pregnant from rape. John Eligon wrote a New York Continue reading

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Weaver on Land, his Legacy, and the SBC

Aaron Weaver challenges the self-perception of Richard Land, the evaluation of Land’s good friend Paige Patterson, and suggests Dr. land will continue to wage  an inconsistent culture war.

On Land’s record of racial reconciliation Weaver concludes,

Despite the wishful thinking of devoted friend Paige Patterson, Land will not

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