Category Religion/Morals

Amen To That

There has already been a good deal of hyperventillating from those on the Left about the elevation of Pope Benedict XVI, but there has also been a good bit of criticism from those on the Center-Right, including, surprise surprise, Andrew…

He Shoots, He Scores!

Sean Gleeson nicely summarizes my feelings on the rampant idiocy reporting that has followed in the wake of the Pope’s death in an entry titled Birdbrains on the religion beat. He is not impressed, to say the least. Oh, and…

Presumtion Of Life

According to several stories I’ve heard on the radio recently, in the wake of the Terri Schiavo case, requests to hospitals and government agencies for “boilerplate” living wills have gone up by at least an order of magnitude. My wife…

“If”

Sharp Knife has a very moving post on the Terri Schiavo case. I quote it here in full: If If Terry [sic] Schiavo had only starred in “Superwoman”, we’d find a way not to kill her. If she were a…

Further Musings On Job

As human beings, we tend to have a bit of trouble keeping our eyes and thoughts concentrated on the things that God would have us focus on. We have short attention spans and a variety of physical needs and desires…

Job 42:10

Our pastor has been conducting a sermon series on the book of Job over the last several weeks and he finished up this past Sunday with a runthrough of Job 42. Here’s the verse that struck me (Job 42:10) surrounded…