But the Left is pushing back. Perhaps the most galling thing about this debate is the arrogance of the educrats who think they are the ones who should be responsible for the education of the children—not the parents.
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After this week's column it would be wise for Bill to employ a food taster at Capitol Hill receptions and D.C. dinner parties. Why? It is quite simple – he has told the truth to the progressive elites, and they often react viscerally and violently to such effrontery.
Further, extremists on both sides of the socio-cultural divide are ready with ideological torch in hand to ignite the old prejudices and conflicts that once set the nation itself ablaze. One of the firebrands presently generating heat is critical race theory.
It was the same back in Jesus’ day. His enemies didn’t have Twitter or other social media vehicles to instantly demonize a person so they had to do it the old fashioned way.
For me, and for millions of Christians, being an American is a divinely bestowed blessing. Being born an American is like being born on third base in the great scheme of things and being proud of it is like being born on third base and thinking you hit a triple. No, we among all humanity, are the most fortunate of people, to have been, in the providence of God, born “American.”
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As the church regathered, they were better prepared to reach and minister to the community where God has placed them.
News of the death of General Colin Powell on Oct. 18 brought back many memories to me personally. When I was commissioned as a new Army officer in the summer of 1990, General Colin Powell was the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
As adults, it’s hard enough. Now imagine you are 10 or 14 or 18, and you are already dealing with the struggles that come with growing up and discovering who you are, and who God has made you to be.
No one is obligated to speak against every injustice in our society. However, what does is it say about us when we’re more concerned about addressing the injustices of yesterday than the injustices of today?
These school boards don't just serve the families who have kids in school — they serve the entire community. So every one of us can — and should — show up to these meetings and demand the truth about what's happening behind classroom doors. Because, as Scott Smith will tell you, it might not spare his daughter — but it could spare someone else's.
It is time for us to say unequivocally, “We have nothing to hide, so we have nothing to fear.”
Sometime after that, a good friend and doctor whom I work with in the hospital had said to me that “whatever you get with the vaccine is better than getting COVID,” and I knew he was right.
If there is one thing that seems spiritually certain it is that the Church will always be divided. Our factions and differences and divisions seem as fixed as the rising of the sun. Yet the Bible speaks of a day when we will all come together in the unity of the faith. How can this possibly be true?