Monthly Archives: July 2015

Where are this generation’s Nathans?

When Nathan the prophet confronted Israel’s King David, he spoke truth to power. It seems as if in every age there have been prophetic individuals that spoke truth to power. It is the classic reason for the separation of government … Continue reading

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How things have changed

I have been fascinated by the tone of the rhetoric coming out of presidential candidates fully 17 months before the next election. Several candidates have taken umbrage at another who calls himself a “socialist”. Some of these refer to themselves … Continue reading

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Inside Out

Thomas Levergood has said, “Religion in public life is useless without religion in interior life”. Recently, some religious people have been expounding on much that is transpiring in our public life and in the public square, (or public sector). Changing … Continue reading

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Social creatures

John A.. Powell is a researcher and a law professor at the University of California at Berkeley. He said something that seems obvious and yet, it had eluded us in our political and social discourse lately. Powell said, “we re … Continue reading

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