The devout and the religiously indifferent must learn to work together or nothing of lasting significance will be accomplished.
After watching last week’s hearing, which of the two, Blesey Ford or Kavanaugh, strikes you as the most reliable? I mean, which is the most truthful?
Ultimately, Jimmy proved to be too good for either the White House or his beloved Southern Baptist Convention. But he was never too good; just a little better than the rest of us. He was of our tribe.
While I was a student in the late 1970s, the subject of hell never came up in class unless Bill Leonard was discussing Jonathan Edwards’ infamous sermon, “Sinners in the hands of an angry God.” My professors couldn’t talk about the Southern Baptist hell, while their critics spoke of little else. It was never a fair fight.
When you are addicted to pretty lies, you will do anything for the next fix.
From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger to the New Yorker, to Mother Jones, to the Nation, to the National Review and the New York Times, everybody’s talking about Curtis Flowers. All the ruckus results from In the Dark, an APM podcast that recently devoted eleven groundbreaking, hour-long episodes to the flawed … Continue reading Curtis Flowers after “In the Dark”
University should be about learning how much you don’t know. That was certainly my experience.