Late last month a columnist for The Atlantic named Emily Oster published an article titled Let’s Declare a Pandemic Amnesty. I meant to write a response to it back then, but life got busy — as it does — and here we are now...
Last week the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) delivered their decision on a controversial case out of Mississippi. The case was named Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization and regarded a ban on pre-viability abortions in the state. There is little doubt that you have all heard about the decision and plenty of… Continue reading Why the Dobbs Decision is Actually a Tragedy
What a week it's been! With everything that my family and I have been through over the last few months I had decided to take some time to just be home with them without trying to squeeze in writing time or anything like that. I had also been avoiding the news as much as I… Continue reading Storming the Capitol and the Purge, or a Few Thoughts on the Past Week
An update on our adoption amidst COVID-19.
Housekeeping Blogging through Song: “Heathens” by Twenty One Pilots News The Persecuted Church Christianity CRACKDOWN: Families ‘living in fear’ as angry mob DRIVES them from village. Christianity CRACKDOWN: Church attacked by mob in Nigeria. ‘GENOCIDE’ crisis. Christianity CRACKDOWN: Priest STABBED in Bethlehem as religion SHRINKS in conflict. SCOUTS Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission… Continue reading Don’t Be a Jerk, or Ungodly Combative Christianity | AA:15
Thanks for listening! This week Dan examines the latest controversy regarding the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks, shares stories of his long employment with the company, and considers the Christian response to the controversy. Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below or by reaching out at firstname.lastname@example.org! Don’t… Continue reading Is Starbucks Racist? Confessions of a Former Employee | AA:14
In this episode we briefly touch on the Las Vegas massacre, and the Yahoo/Equifax security breaches before we learn about the final Feast of Sukkot through the lens of Messianic prophecy. What does this week mean for us now? What does it mean for the children of Israel? What is the significance of booths, water,… Continue reading Sukkot: The Feast of Booths | AA:06
By now I am sure that we have all heard the news about the massacre that occurred in Las Vegas this past Sunday night. It was a tragedy that took the lives of nearly 60 people and left over 500 wounded. In a matter of minutes, a mass murderer shattered the lives of so many… Continue reading How is Your Heart? A Response to Las Vegas