THE PATTERN FOR MARRIAGE

Neal Pollard Matthew 19:1-12 records an incident where, because the Pharisees are trying to test Jesus (vs. 3), He has occasion to reveal His will about marriage.  As we analyze this text, we find several notable facts about marriage. These verses show us the mind and will of God on an institution that is increasingly … Continue reading THE PATTERN FOR MARRIAGE

Should We Let The Devil Make The Rules Of Engagement?

Neal Pollard Thanks to the hospitality of my good friend, Jason Jackson, I had the opportunity to visit beautiful AT&T Park in San Francisco, witnessing a rarity (a Rockies win) against his beloved Giants.  It was LGBT Night at the old ballpark, an annual sponsorship of “SF Pride.” It was also the day of the … Continue reading Should We Let The Devil Make The Rules Of Engagement?

SEXUAL DEVIANCE

Neal Pollard On this trip to Cambodia, there have been insights into some things I did not know and reminders of things I did know.  Polygamy is routinely practiced in the villages, trafficking of minors to wicked and perverse men is a problem, and promiscuity is getting more common.  Some of these issues are matters … Continue reading SEXUAL DEVIANCE

BRENDAN EICH: A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE?

Neal Pollard Sometimes the ones who cry for tolerance and acceptance can be most lacking in the qualities themselves.  Surprisingly little has been said in outcry against the forced resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich on April 3, 2014. Eich not only co-founded Mozilla, he also invented the programming language Javascript (www.huffingtonpost.com). He had proven … Continue reading BRENDAN EICH: A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE?

This World Is Not My Home: Some Reminders

Neal Pollard "My team" got crushed last night in embarrassing fashion. Today, life continues. A talented actor succumbed to his cruel coping mechanism and craving and is found dead in his apartment. Heroin is not the answer. Unrest and fighting in Bangkok, Kiev, Aleppo, Moscow, and Bangui remind us that men of various earthly motives … Continue reading This World Is Not My Home: Some Reminders