Religion Archive

  • I had planned to put together a commentary on the meaning of the Christmas holiday, but I just read something that nearly threw me into a full-blown Donald Duck conniption: “Archbishop of Canterbury Dismisses Nativity Scene as Nothing but ‘Legend’“. So I felt not only the need for a commentary, but […]

    The Miracle of Christmas

    I had planned to put together a commentary on the meaning of the Christmas holiday, but I just read something that nearly threw me into a full-blown Donald Duck conniption: “Archbishop of Canterbury Dismisses Nativity Scene as Nothing but ‘Legend’“. So I felt not only the need for a commentary, but […]

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  • Yes, I just invented a word especially for the title of this column. Do you like it? Hey, if Jesse Jackson can do it and get away with it, then so can I! What prompted this spontaneous coining of a brand new term (maybe I should copyright it, so as […]

    Religiocity and the GOP

    Yes, I just invented a word especially for the title of this column. Do you like it? Hey, if Jesse Jackson can do it and get away with it, then so can I! What prompted this spontaneous coining of a brand new term (maybe I should copyright it, so as […]

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  • So, you might have heard about the latest pile Ann Coulter has stepped in…she basically got in trouble a few weeks ago for saying Jews should become Christians. Read this for more information. The first I heard about it was Jane Hall and Bernie Goldberg on the O’Reilly Factor around […]

    Exclusivity is not allowed

    So, you might have heard about the latest pile Ann Coulter has stepped in…she basically got in trouble a few weeks ago for saying Jews should become Christians. Read this for more information. The first I heard about it was Jane Hall and Bernie Goldberg on the O’Reilly Factor around […]

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  • This absolutely floored me. Read it, and come right back. It’s ironic that a nation whose past greatness was tied by a former queen to its dependence on the Bible and missionary fervor now does everything it can to hobble those who still dare to believe. “Marvel not, my brethren, […]

    Multi-culturalism and political-correctness: a match made in hell

    This absolutely floored me. Read it, and come right back. It’s ironic that a nation whose past greatness was tied by a former queen to its dependence on the Bible and missionary fervor now does everything it can to hobble those who still dare to believe. “Marvel not, my brethren, […]

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  • Okay, so Bobby Jindal, a Republican congressman from Louisiana, is running for governor. As an aside, anybody‘s better than the kook still in the gubernatorial mansion in Baton Rouge. Anyway, it seems the Democratic party is tired of getting its collective behind handed to it down there, so they trotted […]

    Faith bashing, or just a whole bunch of whining?

    Okay, so Bobby Jindal, a Republican congressman from Louisiana, is running for governor. As an aside, anybody‘s better than the kook still in the gubernatorial mansion in Baton Rouge. Anyway, it seems the Democratic party is tired of getting its collective behind handed to it down there, so they trotted […]

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  • All due apologies to Lynyrd Skynyrd. Just couldn’t resist that title. Seems like the only blogging I do these days occurs when something I see on television angers me to the point of ranting. And, as usual, the culprit is the Hannity & Colmes show. There was a segment tonight […]

    What’s Your Name, Holy God, What’s Your Name?

    All due apologies to Lynyrd Skynyrd. Just couldn’t resist that title. Seems like the only blogging I do these days occurs when something I see on television angers me to the point of ranting. And, as usual, the culprit is the Hannity & Colmes show. There was a segment tonight […]

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  • Here’s a hint to politicians (but one that applies to everybody): don’t talk about something you know too little about, or you will come across as a fool. Even my three year-old niece knows when someone’s full of it…her latest favorite word being “moron”. I think it’s absolutely precious! So, […]

    Barack Obama is a blithering imbecile

    Here’s a hint to politicians (but one that applies to everybody): don’t talk about something you know too little about, or you will come across as a fool. Even my three year-old niece knows when someone’s full of it…her latest favorite word being “moron”. I think it’s absolutely precious! So, […]

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  • Astute readers of this blog already know what I’ve written on Mormonism and Mitt Romney in the past (Mitt Romney won’t get my vote) (The loaded term that is “bigotry”). However, I don’t believe I’ve ever mentioned Al Sharpton here. The stars have aligned, and I now feel the time […]

    Oh, irony of ironies!

    Astute readers of this blog already know what I’ve written on Mormonism and Mitt Romney in the past (Mitt Romney won’t get my vote) (The loaded term that is “bigotry”). However, I don’t believe I’ve ever mentioned Al Sharpton here. The stars have aligned, and I now feel the time […]

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  • In his latest newsletter Dick Morris proves that he doesn’t quite know everything: …but most seem turned off by his [Mitt Romney’s] Mormon faith. While this artifact of bigotry is obscene… No, what’s obscene is the ignorance of most political people when it comes to religion. As much respect as […]

    The loaded term that is “bigotry”

    In his latest newsletter Dick Morris proves that he doesn’t quite know everything: …but most seem turned off by his [Mitt Romney’s] Mormon faith. While this artifact of bigotry is obscene… No, what’s obscene is the ignorance of most political people when it comes to religion. As much respect as […]

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  • Roger Bennett, prominent Southern gospel pianist for the legendary Cathedrals Quartet, co-founder and pianist for the Legacy Five, and loved son, husband, and father passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2007 at the age of 48. Roger started with the legendary Cathedrals in 1979 as a young, nervous piano player, […]

    In Memory of Roger Bennett

    Roger Bennett, prominent Southern gospel pianist for the legendary Cathedrals Quartet, co-founder and pianist for the Legacy Five, and loved son, husband, and father passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2007 at the age of 48. Roger started with the legendary Cathedrals in 1979 as a young, nervous piano player, […]

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