Monthly Archives: June 2007

Anger

The anger of man does not achieve the righteousness of God (James 1:20). The passage occurs within the context of James’ treatment of Christian response to external and internal trial. I thought it would be a good idea to talk about anger because so many of our problems in the political front are due to anger.

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Space Junk

I have written in a previous blog the importance of understanding a concept called, “opportunity cost.” Opportunity cost is simply a term which means that when you make one choice you automatically give up the opportunity to make another. That loss of a different choice is what is the cost of your making the choice. Few government programs  provide a better example of this principle than the American Space Program.
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The Flaw

Someone said to me last week that the main strength of the Church of England is its acceptance of every shade of theological opinion within its membership. Most Christians will have heard this argument before. It’s a good thing, Anglicans will say, that within its ranks, it’s possible to be a radical evangelical or virtually an atheist, or hold any theological view between these extremes. Read more »

Citizenship?

The United States has been debating how to handle the estimated 12-20 million illegal aliens living in the country. Unlike many political issues, this one doesn’t easily fall along party or political lines. Read more »

Darfur

Over the past several years, the Western world has been exposed to the incredible suffering of the inhabitants of Darfur. The U.S. has even called the actions there as genocide, thereby raising the spectre of the Holocaust and Rwanda (among others). However, the West has been impotent. This leads me to wonder.. Read more »