Comes now Rachel Miller, she of the quantitative analysis fame, and attempts a drive-by post at The Aquila Report. . . .
Scripture has something to say about the unnecessary perpetuation of strife. . . .
One of the things I learned about the profound nature of the redemptive work of the gospel was something I learned from my father. And he taught me this when he once said, “God takes you from where you are, not from where you should have been.”. . .
I have other things to write about, but it appears to me that the Lord doesn’t have other things for me to write about. . . .
I had thought to bring this in for a landing in the previous post, but it turns out a few more thoughts need to be set out for consideration. . . .
Those who believe themselves to be hep to my tricksy ways might have surmised that I orchestrated this entire recent flap about Steven Sitler because Randy Booth and I recently put out a book entitled A Justice Primer. . . .
In light of the recent court proceedings involving Steven Sitler, and the resultant coverage of those proceedings in the media, we believe that it is necessary for the session of Christ Church to make a public statement of where we have stood in this matter, and where we stand now. . . .
In the name of the God of all grace, welcome. Steven, may grace and peace be multiplied to you. Katie, may grace and peace be multiplied to you. . . .
The Southern Poverty Law Center, the world’s richest civil rights organization, puts out an unfortunately named publication called the Intelligence Report. . . .
I have received a couple of response to the question I posed to Joan Opyr about the age of consent. One question was from someone wondering if I have any trouble with our current age of consent laws. And the answer to that one is simple . . . no, I don’t. . . .