Neal Pollard God encouraged and comforted Jeremiah, a man He had delegated for a difficult task, with these intimate words: "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I have appointed you a prophet to the nations" (1:5). This knowledge is intimate knowledge, spoken of … Continue reading Destroying What God Loves
Neal Pollard It's no news flash to observe that our culture seems hopelessly divided along political lines. That seems to impact race, gender, and other lines, too. The most tragic consequence of this is that it has not left the church unaffected. Social media is often a barometer for how emotional and passionate brethren on … Continue reading How To Unite In A Culture Of Division
Neal Pollard She was used by pro-abortion and pro-life groups, but in fairness nobody outdid Norma McCorvey at trying to use others for personal advantage. Her effort to abort her third child, in Texas in 1970, was the case used to go to the Supreme Court. By the time the appeals process wound up in … Continue reading Jane Roe/Norma McCorvey
Neal Pollard The meadow jumping mouse has made it to the status of "endangered" and is now protected by the Federal Endangered Species Act. That means that cattle have more limited water and grazing access so that the mice's habitat can be protected. Ranchers and cattlemen have taken the fight to U.S. District court in … Continue reading MERCY FOR THE MEADOW JUMPING MOUSE?
Neal Pollard This week marked the the anniversary of one of America's darkest days when abortion became legal in our nation. Since pro-abortion websites tend not to deal in reporting specific numbers and pro-life websites certainly do, it is from the National Right to Life website we discover that over 56 million babies have been … Continue reading Innocent Blood And Bloodguiltiness