God's benevolences are always accompanied by His boundaries.
Much is being said today about the so-called wealth gap that purportedly exists among black households and white households in America. I say purportedly not to deny that such a divide exists - it does - but to highlight that the very term wealth gap is inherently misleading, as it assumes that such imparity is … Continue reading A Biblical Theology of the Black-White “Wealth Gap”
As I consider that today the United States Electoral College will cast its votes to certify Donald Trump as America's 45th President-Elect, I am struck by the reality that there actually is much theology to be found within the Constitution. Please understand that in stating the aforementioned, I am in no way inferring or implying … Continue reading A Theology of the Electoral College
The question is a simple one. Does an American citizen, who is legally registered to vote, have the right to cast that vote for the candidate of his or her choice? Simple enough, right? Apparently not, depending on who you ask. The post-election lamenting of the political Left continues to garner headlines. More than a week after … Continue reading How Support for Donald Trump by the Right Exposed the Racism of the Left
I recently came across the story of Anita and Wolf Gottschalk, an elderly Canadian couple who are being forced to live in separate care facilities due to a backlog in the Canada healthcare system. The Gottschalks, who are in their 80s, have been married 62 years. The situation in which the Gottschalks find themselves is regrettable to say the least. After … Continue reading Socialized Medicine and the Sovereignty of God
“and He made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined their appointed times and the boundaries of their habitation, that thy would seek God, if perhaps they might grope for Him, though He is not far from each one of us; for in Him … Continue reading The Insufficiency of Our Efforts to Achieve Racial Reconciliation
"...and He made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined their appointed times and the boundaries of their habitation." Acts 17:26 (NASB) I distinctly remember celebrating Independence Day as a young boy growing up in the Dixie Hills housing projects on the west side … Continue reading Reflections on the 4th of July From a Black Christian Conservative