“Christianity Is Not Communist”

Friday’s Column: Brent’s Biblical Bytes This article requires a preface. Christianity is apolitical. Were our Savior in the voting booth, He would not have a party affiliation. Though I cannot say Jesus Christ would stand with David Lipscomb, advocating Christians abstain entirely from political involvement, I know our Lord would remind us that the FatherContinue reading ““Christianity Is Not Communist””

“Calm Thyself”

  Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words It’s a jungle out there, so here’s some friendly reminders: We’re here for a short time, not a long time (James 4.14). God ultimately controls the outcome of November 3rd (Romans 13.1). This earth is fallen anyway and we’re looking forward to something way better (II Peter 3.10). We haveContinue reading ““Calm Thyself””

WikiLeaks (And God)

Jeff Wiant (guest baker) Up until this past election cycle I had never even heard of WikiLeaks. Months and endless press later, I have become very familiar with this website. For those who may have been living under a rock for the past few months, WikiLeaks is a website that publishes secret information, news leaks,Continue reading “WikiLeaks (And God)”

Focus, Not Complacency 

Neal Pollard Whether you are elated or despondent today, you face a serious danger as you absorb the reality of the election results. Prayer meetings for our nation transpired all around our country, even from brethren and friends in other nations. Individuals prayed fervently for God’s will to be done. What that will look likeContinue reading “Focus, Not Complacency “

DIVIDING OVER POLITICS

Neal Pollard “Rancor” is synonymous with hostility, bitterness, spite, and vitriol. In Ephesians 4:31, Paul warns the Christian against “bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and slander [and] malice.” While it didn’t seem possible that this election cycle could produce more heat and saber-rattling than the last couple, it has already exceeded it. ItContinue reading “DIVIDING OVER POLITICS”

THE POLLS ARE OPEN

Neal Pollard All over the nation, poll levers are being pulled, votes cast, and the office of many political positions is in the process of being filled by the winning candidate. People in this place of democracy are, at this moment, helping to decide the political fate of individuals vying for a place of publicContinue reading “THE POLLS ARE OPEN”