Crane Flies

Wednesday’s Column: Third’s Words Gary Pollard The Crane Fly is a misidentified and misunderstood creature. It looks like an enormous mosquito, so some will kill it for that reason. I often hear, “Don’t kill those, they eat mosquitos.” The crane fly is either killed for being a “mosquito” or protected based on misinformation about itsContinue reading “Crane Flies”

BEWARE OF SPIRITUAL ATTRITION

Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross Neal Pollard Life has dramatically changed for us on a daily basis. Whether it be liberties that have been restricted or routines that have been disrupted, we have experienced significant upheaval. Some of it has been dramatically better, as for many we have been given a slower pace thatContinue reading “BEWARE OF SPIRITUAL ATTRITION”

Which Is Worse: Lawbreaking Or Lawmaking?

  Neal Pollard Scruples, proclivities, judgments, convictions, “I would prefers” as well as “It’s betters” Men put these on par with divinely revealed positions Make laws they bind on others like fetters Freedoms, liberties, rights, excesses, “God’s grace” gives me license to sin, Men loose themselves, and self-will professes, “No matter how I live I’mContinue reading “Which Is Worse: Lawbreaking Or Lawmaking?”

The Religious Freedom Rally For Jack Phillips

Neal Pollard It was my privilege to be in attendance at the “Religious Freedom Rally for Jack Phillips,” held on the campus of Colorado Christian University in Lakewood, Colorado. If you do not know, Jack Phillips is the owner of Masterpiece Cake Shop, a business he opened and has operated since 1993. Because he refusedContinue reading “The Religious Freedom Rally For Jack Phillips”

Misguided Anarchists

Neal Pollard In her excellent book about the many events leading up to World War I, Barbara Tuchman, in The Proud Tower, spends a chapter talking about the anarchist movements swirling particularly around Europe and the United States. It was the inspiration for several assassinations of important political figures, including one of our presidents—William McKinley.Continue reading “Misguided Anarchists”