Cancel Culture Not Welcome Here!

Far left liberals, Woke, word and censor police seem to be on an all-out warpath against free speech, at least the kind of speech that does not align up with their own ideals. Weekly we are hearing about people, companies, products, and even media (i.e., movies, television, literature, etc.) being “canceled.” I recall another group of people in recent history whom the local governments and establishments tried to cancel. I’m referring to none other than The Apostles.

For the Faithful: Christian Universities in the U.S.

The United States has a long history with Christian universities. In the following infographic, take a closer look at the history behind and the current state of private, Christian colleges in the U.S.

Clarifying the Clutter

There has not been, to my best recollection, a more polarizing topic in our society than the current issue of same-sex marriage. Now, before we get further along here, I’d like to point out something about this issue. That is…it is not “gay” marriage.

Religion in America

In our land of religious freedom, which religion do most Americans choose? Which denominations are most popular? Which regions gravitate to one religion? The following infographic provides the details of religion in America.

Judging Inconsistencies

Recently, I’ve been listening to the Unbelievable? podcast, available on iTunes. In my usual, borderline OCD manner I had to start listening beginning with the oldest podcast available, so I started listening to episodes from the end of 2007. On one such episode, they had a guest on the show who was a Reiki healer named Beverly. While there were a number of things that she said that I took issue with theologically, one of the things I wanted to cover today was with regards to a discussion she had with a Christian on the program regarding God’s judgment.

The Convenience of Money

I don’t know if you’re old enough to remember this, and perhaps I’m showing my age a bit, but do you remember what life was like before debit cards? I still remember what it was like when we didn’t have the Internet (or at least the World Wide...