The Rights of the Sacred and the Profane

The Gay Rights movement is not, as many assume, similar to the Civil Rights and women’s suffrage movements.

Ben – March 24, 2013

If I Were Satan

If I were Satan, I would not want you to know this.

James – March 3, 2013

Shooting on Thin Ice

The most recent shooting (committed by Chris Dorner), is more unique than others. Some claim to relate to the shooter, but I’m afraid he is on very thin ice.

Ben – February 17, 2013

God is Dead

What are you going to do about it?

James – February 4, 2013

Are We Hypocrites?

Do we share our faith and stand up for what we know is right when everyone else is doing wrong? We know what good we ought to do, but too often we don’t do it. Are we hypocrites?

Alex – January 28, 2013

Hope for Today

Martin Luther King, Jr. knows the heart of hope: refusing the “isness” and reaching for the “oughtness.” For every notion of hope implies that there is something wrong with the world and declares that viable solutions exist.

Ben – January 20, 2013

Witnessing to the Modern Age

I asked them, “What is your biggest problem with Christianity?” One of the guys responded, “Well, I am A Christian, but I don’t talk about it much because it only causes problems.”

Alex – December 30, 2012

It’s a Wonderful Life

What if George Bailey’s prayer to return home was answered differently, and he was still in Pottersville at the end of the movie?

James – December 9, 2012

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

Ben – November 21, 2012