By Ken Hutcherson and James Hansen
We’ve studied theology for quite a long time. Even though we’re not from the Catholic tradition, we understand the difference between venial and mortal sins. But apparently, Protestants have their own gradation of depravity now. In a recent interview with NPR, President of Focus on the Family, Jim Daly, suggested that Evangelicals have wrongfully labeled homosexuality as a “Super Sin.” But his fatherly chastisement opens up the discussion as to what could be included in this particular category. Continue reading “Is Homosexuality a Super Sin?”
Have you pastors had enough of the rhetoric from those within our media who preach that owning a gun is detrimental to us as a nation? If so, please get in line, because it starts here with me. I’m big, black, bald, bad, and love to hunt. Our very heritage, sovereignty, and freedom we all enjoy are under attack, and the time has come to rise up and say, we are many in numbers, we won’t be stopped, and it starts with us.
Continue reading “Pistol Packing Pastors”
Henry David Thoreau was quoted saying, the only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.
Throughout our great history, American’s have answered the call to duty when our national security was threatened by enemies abroad such as Hitler’s Germany, Japan’s Tojo, and Communism, we rallied together when our backs were against the wall. The nation came together as one, and sought God’s divine intervention. It took time, and many lives lost, but the Lord answered our prayers.
Continue reading “America, Church Suffer When Christians Stay Silent”
With regard to the Second Amendment, a major misconception is that it is about hunting. I only have one thing to say: Are you kidding me? You have to be nuts to think it is about hunting; it is about protecting our freedoms from a tyrannical government.
The misconception about hunting rights comes from a secular world, and misconceptions are only possible when we do not know the truth. Just as there is no excuse for believers not to know the 66 books of the Bible, so there is no excuse for Americans not to know the Constitution. Continue reading “The Dangers of Misconception”
By Ken Hutcherson
Talk, talk, talk just lead to opinions, opinions, opinions, and then to talking points. So what? It is time to do something.
If these words don’t mean something to you, then we are lost: “…As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:15
For me, “House” means my primary family…we will serve the Lord, we will not compromise what God called us to do and be. If anyone in my house does not want to follow God or walk in His truth and live according to His Word, then my choice is God, not them. So, does that house simply mean my four walls? How about the house of God, the Bride of Christ? I am looking for those in this institution who want to take a stand. Continue reading “An Open Letter to Christians About Religious Freedom”