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"Much of the Muslim world is at war with Western civilization. Islamists use multiculturalism as a foot in the door to attack Western and Christian values from the inside. Much of that attack has its roots on college campuses among the intellectual elite who indoctrinate our youth. Multiculturalism has not yet done the damage in the U.S. that it has in Western European countries—such as England, France, and Germany—but it’s on its way."

Walter Walliams

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Tuesday
Aug152017

Let's Blame Sin--Not Race or Turn Signals

The violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the past weekend is stirring many passions and story lines.

The Trump-Is-Wrong-About-Everything liberal press used the occasion to slam the president's response on day one, then stayed cynical on day three when he got more specific.

Many newspapers created the impression that Nazi-sympathizers and white supremacists are taking over the nation--while progressive anarchist groups actually out number them by hundreds of thousands. Others painted the cultural battle as Left versus Right.

I have a better idea. 

Let's blame sin--not race or turn signals. That might bring revival and reconciliation to America.

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Tuesday
Aug082017

What's God's Opinion of You?

Since I communicate for a living, I'm always looking for ways to update old words or phrases with new ones that ring clear.

Awhile back I was searching for a better definition of "love." The older idiom was: "Love is good willing, or willing the highest good of God and others." That's not a bad definition. I was just not sure that "good willing" made much sense today.

So I modernized it. "Love is choosing what's best for God and others from God's point of view." That translation seemed to pop. Kids related to doing what is truly best for another person, with the critical part being "from God's point of view"--not my puny perspective.

Recently I ran across another updated phrase, that prompted an important question:

What's God's opinion of you and me?

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