- Crosses removed from Gregg County clerk's wall -- "To avoid any kind of controversy, we took the crosses down the day the woman complained."
- How the Gospel Ended My Same-Sex Marriage -- "You may not like the way my story turns out. You may feel sorry for me, or even be angry with me. You may feel flustered that my story doesn’t fit nicely into a theological box that you would like to keep nice and tidy."
- Michael Douglas: American Actors Too ‘Asexual or Unisex’ for Most Movie Roles -- "...In Britain, they take their training seriously, while in the States, we’re going through a sort of social-media image-conscious thing rather than formal training."
- Satanists caught in Ten Commandments ruling fallout -- "A legal decision in Oklahoma to bar a Ten Commandments monument from its statehouse has a group of Satanists seeking a new home for a huge horned-goat statue of Satan."
- The famous 1861 'Cornerstone Speech' that aimed for hard truths about the Confederate battle flag -- "Alexander Stephens didn’t want the South to leave the United States, and he tried to keep his home state of Georgia from abandoning ship."
- 40 Questions for Christians Now Waving Rainbow Flags -- "If you consider yourself a Bible-believing Christian, a follower of Jesus whose chief aim is to glorify God and enjoy him forever, there are important questions I hope you will consider before picking up your flag and cheering on the sexual revolution."
- 40 questions for Christians who oppose marriage equality -- "...there are many pressing questions that non-affirming Christians frequently do not address."
- An Honest Response to 40 Questions from Matthew Vines -- "All Christians are constantly repenting."
- 10 huge Supreme Court cases about the 14th Amendment -- "On July 9, 1868, Louisiana and South Carolina voted to ratify the amendment, after they had rejected it a year earlier. The votes made the 14th Amendment officially part of the Constitution."
Friday, July 10, 2015
Crosses removed, and other links
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