Conception-to-Grave Slavery

By | October 10, 2012

The American humanistic system has several other forms of slavery.  The welfare state keeps citizens dependent—and thereby subservient—to the state.  High taxes to support the humanistic state enslave taxpayers by forcing them to labor for the state.  High taxes also work to enslave the entire nation, in that what you subsidize, you get more of.  So when you… Read More »

Pious Sorrow – Charles Hodge

By | July 29, 2012

  “His wife fell ill in September 1849, and despite the doctor’s optimism that she would recover, she grew worse. Hodge kept his brother apprised of Sarah’s condition almost daily via letters. Hugh visited several times from Philadelphia but could do little to comfort Charles and the family. Hodge recorded conversations that he and Sarah had during his… Read More »

Why I’ve Stopped Singing in Your Church

By | July 26, 2012

Here is a great post on the sorry state of Christian music in modern day America: Here is what he would like to see in Christian music: So here’s what I’d like songs in church to be: Truthful. Rather than trying to get dumber than a fifth-grader in the worship service (no offense to my fifth-grade daughter), offer… Read More »