Neal Pollard Hans Kaltenborn was an ardent admirer and defender of Adolf Hitler and the “new Germany” ushered in with the Nazi regime. Despite diplomatic warnings of assaults upon Americans, Kaltenborn, an influential American commentator for CBS and NBC and of German descent, dismissed it as flawed and skewed information gathering by biased personnel. About … Continue reading Examining Our Positions
Neal Pollard I served the Livingston Police Department in Sumter County, Alabama, as a reserve officer for two years. I had a uniform and a badge, though the service I rendered was as chaplain. The relationship between law enforcement and citizens there was very positive, but I remember talking with officers about the media bias … Continue reading Misguided Malice
Neal Pollard Perhaps you have seen the incredible collections of petrified wood in some of our National Parks or Monuments, or maybe you have seen individual examples in any number of other places. A geology site briefly explains how material becomes petrified: Petrified wood is a fossil. It forms when plant material is buried by … Continue reading Petrified!
Neal Pollard This is a question that occasionally comes up and is an important matter to consider since for some this is a test of a teacher’s soundness and a matter of fellowship. As the church is global in nature, it is a matter to consider beyond the borders of our nation. Various biblical arguments … Continue reading Is It Scriptural To Use Alcoholic Wine In The Lord’s Supper?
Neal Pollard Wes Autrey gave me an incredibly cool book by Charles Earle Funk. The title of it is, "Thereby Hangs A Tale." The book divulges the origin of words in modern usage, a study known as etymology. The fascinating explanations of many of our words is virtually endless, but the origin of our word … Continue reading The Origin Of Scruples