In our incredibly divided culture, is there a way of moderation? Is there a way of change? When people DO change, do we believe it any more?
One such divisive person has been Glenn Beck. I remember him from his FoxNews days and how I came to a place I couldn’t stand his vitriol. Last year I read an amazing story in The New York Times about how he “changed.” It was hard to believe for me. Honestly.
Then, this interview.
Give a listen. It’s worth it.
May 4 being the National Day of Prayer, President Trump signed an Executive Order loosening control of what has been called the “Johnson Amendment.” Under the Johnson Amendment, it was to disallow direct political endorsements from the pulpit of particular candidates. If violated, the IRS could look into pulling the tax exemption status from a religious organization. Continue reading “Politics and the Pulpit”
Post-election, there has been a lot of blame to go around. In the media and political world, it’s a free-for-all. Continue reading “We all have our bubbles”
Not that anything could be taken back…
Continue reading “So you voted for…”
We live in a new day as American Christians. There is such a challenge because there has been incredible disagreement. Continue reading “Election results and post mortem”
This is my confession. As a pastor, as an educator, as a member of the community, I have made a mistake in using the symbol: #NeverTrump. Continue reading “My apology for using #NeverTrump”