Archive for March, 2016

Infanticide in America

Friday, March 11th, 2016

Infanticide (or infant homicide) is the intentional killing of children under the age of 12 months.  When we see it happening to infants in African nations, we can hardly believe it and we strongly condemn it.  Yet the definition of infanticide tells us that abortion is infanticide.  We intentionally kill one million children under the age of 12 months through legalized abortion.

The Ten Commandments in America

Friday, March 11th, 2016

I believe that our nation has lost its moral compass and is on a downward spiral.  We have crossed the line and there’s no turning back.  God gave the Ten Commandments to the nation of Israel in order to preserve their freedom.  Without adherence to God’s moral laws, a nation falls to anarchy, tyranny, and despotism.  We have sacrificed our freedom by continuously breaking the Ten Commandments:

1) You shall have no other gods before me.  Our gods are self, money, our jobs, etc.

2) You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything…  We have made sports and entertainment celebrities into idols, and we celebrate their images on television and the internet.

3) You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God…  We not only misuse God’s name in swear words, but apostates use His name to justify their false beliefs and practices.

4) Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.  This commandment does not directly apply to Christianity.

5) Honor your father and your mother.  I do believe that most Americans still respect our parents.

6) You shall not murder.  We legally murder one million children each year through abortion.

7) You shall not commit adultery.  Over half of married people have committed adultery; over half of marriages result in divorce; and, now we’ve redefined God’s definition of marriage for Him.

8) You shall not steal.  Government and politics–Enough said.

9) You shall not give false testimony against your neighbor.  Most people lie every day.

10) You shall not covet.  Most people want more money and things.

What’s Worse than Global Warming?

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

“Global warming is real.”  Maybe so, but so is abortion, and there’s no way of denying it.  Global warming may be a problem, but abortion is legalized murder.  Global warming is real, but it isn’t killing a million innocent children in the U. S. every year.

Republican Strategy Could Backfire

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

If the Republicans block Obama’s hearings on Supreme Court justices, their strategy could backfire.  Suppose that Republicans lose control of Congress in November, and the Democrats retain the White House.  Then the next president would nominate anyone they wanted, and the Senate would approve him/her.  Instead of getting a moderate justice now, we could get an extreme liberal next year.

What’s Worse than Guns in Schools?

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

A teacher who survived Columbine found it difficult coming to terms with seeing that a person had actually been shot.  She said, “This is just sucking up power wherever you can get it, and maybe even preferably from the least powerful…  It’s very difficult to get people to understand what mass trauma is like.  If you haven’t been through it, there’s really no way to adequately describe it.”

What’s Worse than Guns in Schools?  Poisons and scalpels in wombs.  There’s really no way to describe the trauma of abortion–mothers and physicians “sucking up” power from innocent and defenseless children.

Before You Vote for Hillary

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

There are some things to remember before you vote for Hillary.  You should at least be aware of each lie, scandal, and conspiracy theory.  Words and phrases to remember as you vote for Hillary:

Clinton Foundation
Ed Mezvinsky
“Landing under sniper fire” in Bosnia
Vince Foster
“Missing” law firm billing records
Hillary’s cash cows and 9,987 percent profit
Saul Alinsky
Iranian fundraising
Obstruction of Justice
– Monica Lewinsky
– Paula Jones
– Gennifer Flowers
– Kathleen Willey
– Christy Zercher
– Sandra Allen James
– Dolly Kyle Browning
– Connie Hamzy
– Sally Perdue
– Elizabeth Ward
– Lencola Sullivan
– Carolyn Moffet
– Robyn Dickey
– Regina Hopper Blakely
– Juanita Broaddrick
– Eileen Wellstone

Abortion Ad

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

Imagine driving down the road and seeing a billboard advertising a nearby abortion clinic:

“Mothers exit here.  No appointment needed.  We’ll murder your baby while you wait and have you back on the road in minutes.  Your choice of stabbing, poisoning, or vacuuming.  We won’t tell your parents.  Subsidized by the forced taxation of all taxpayers, including those who are pro-life.  Discounts given for parts of your child that we can re-sell.”

Scalia Death Conspiracy

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead in bed at a private residence in Texas with a pillow “over his head.”  Anyone would know that there is a possibility that he did not die of natural causes.  Yet a county justice of the peace quickly declared him dead of natural causes over the telephone, without an autopsy being performed, and she “agreed to issue the death certificate without visiting the death scene or seeing the body for herself.”  (CNN – 02/20/16)

This paves the way for a conspiracy theory that could have been avoided.  How can someone declare that a person died of natural causes over the telephone?  Why wasn’t there a death investigation by a medical examiner?  Why wasn’t his body sent to the morgue for examination by a forensic pathologist?  Any speculation would have easily been put to rest by an autopsy.

Meanwhile, public and political figures should be cautious about traveling to any obscure little towns in Texas.

How Deadly is Abortion?

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

– January 22nd, 1973 – Roe v. Wade was decided.

– By January 23rd, 1973, we had killed more babies (2,740) than our U. S. deaths in the Afghanistan War (1,742).

– By January 24th, 1973, we had killed more babies (5,480) than our U. S. deaths in the Iraq War (4,488).

– By February 6th, 1973, we had killed more babies (38,360) than our U. S. deaths in the Korean War (36,516).

– By February 14th, 1973, we had killed more babies (60,200) than our U. S. deaths in the Vietnam War (58,209).

– By March 17th, 1973, we had killed more babies (117,820) than our U. S. deaths in the World War I (116,516).

– By July 7th, 1973, we had killed more babies (405,520) than our U. S. deaths in the World War II (405,399).

– By November 29th, 1973, we had killed more babies (750,760) than our U. S. deaths in the Civil War (750,000).

– By June 2nd, 1974, we had killed more babies (1,356,300) than our U. S. deaths in all wars (1,354,664).

We kill more children every day (2,740) than the number of people who died in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade center (2,606) on 9/11.  

– Main Causes of Deaths per year in the U. S.:
Abortion:  1,000,000
Heart disease: 611,105
Cancer: 584,881

What is Permissible Regarding Intimacy While Dating?

Thursday, March 10th, 2016

Thank you for your question.  It’s a tough one because the Bible isn’t very specific on intimacy while dating.  As a result, I can be neither too objective nor too authoritative in my reply.  I think we just have to apply some common sense and spiritual sense when it comes to ethics and human sexuality.

As I talked about in my dating guide at:, I believe that God wants us to prioritize our spiritual relationship with our partner before our physical one.  Unfortunately, in most dating relationships the physical is the focal point.  Oftentimes, it serves as a substitute for the more genuine and lasting form of intimacy that can only come with getting to know someone in depth over time.

How far is too far?  I would recommend that people ask themselves what things they would prefer knowing that their (future) spouse has done with other people.  If you wouldn’t want someone having a particular level of intimacy with your future spouse, then you probably don’t want to do those particular things with your dating partner.  Remember that without binding marriage vows, it’s not likely that your current dating partner will actually turn out to be your spouse, especially in today’s society of liberal dating where most people have had many partners.  So, you must always bear in mind that you may indeed be dating someone who will eventually be someone else’s spouse, and you don’t want to do something that would cause a burden for that person later.  When someone knows that their spouse had very strict boundaries with other dating partners before they met, this brings a certain peace as well as enhanced intimacy (and privacy) between them, even after many years of marriage.

I once heard a pastor say that “God didn’t intend for kissing to stop with kissing.”  In other words, God designed our bodies, He “invented” this sex thing, and he knows what gets people aroused.  For marriage partners, kissing isn’t supposed to stop with kissing.  He intends for it to lead to further intimacy (so maybe He would restrict it to marriage partners).  As a result, it can easily be misused while dating, causing major challenges for the male libido.  Ironically, after marriage, this same libido can lead a man to great intimacy with his wife, on many levels:  sex, love, spirituality, prayer, and living for Christ.

Now, that being said, I realize that this seems quite restrictive.  Based upon this, one could even build a valid case that holding hands should be avoided because that could lead to kissing, etc.  I also know that this would seem ridiculous to most people today, especially when sensing physical attraction to a potential mate.  So, most people aren’t going to respect such boundaries, but this doesn’t change the fact of what God thinks on this subject.

I wish I could be more helpful, but I think that you just have to make sure that you’re listening to God.  This includes a strong prayer life and Bible study.  We breathe out prayers to Him, and He shares His mind with us through His Word.  Just like with the other aspects of your life, if you’re in tune with God’s thinking, you would want to stop short of anything that would cause you to feel guilty.

I hope this helps, and again, thanks for the bold question.