Tag Archives: Cancel culture

Standing up for Truth and Loving our Enemies

Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke once said, “The devil is just a mouse with a microphone.” Jesus stripped him of his power on the cross. Now, the only authority he has is what we give him through the lies we believe. The … Continue reading

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Understanding ‘Woke’ Corporate America

How is that we’re now living in a world where Coca-Cola is telling us to “Be less white” and Disney fires one of their most popular stars, Gina Carano, for making some statements they deemed were not politically correct? How … Continue reading

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Why Socialism is Evil

Socialism is very much like a cancer. For the first few years it’s undetectable, then a tumor appears, finally it metastasizes and destroys an entire culture. Jesus described the trajectory of anger ultimately leading to murder. Socialism also has an … Continue reading

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Just what do you mean by unity?

Oftentimes, our society resembles a deeply dysfunctional marriage. “We will get along, as long as you’re like me and believe like me. Otherwise, we’re through!”  Regarding marriage, Danny Silk once said, “The two shall become one flesh, and then we … Continue reading

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Free speech versus the new Thought Police

It seems more and more countries around the world are pushing back on Big Tech giants Facebook and Twitter, the new Thought Police, who think they have more power to control free speech than governments. I heartily applaud Australia, India, … Continue reading

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Having difficult conversations with the “other side”

I’m posting this video interview with Karlyn Borysenko on “American Thought Leaders”  as a great follow-up to my last post, “Moving Away from Cancel Culture to Connection.” This is part of a series of posts I’m doing on how we … Continue reading

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Moving Away from Cancel Culture toward Connection

Last time I talked about how we do have some commonality with people who may have a different worldview than ours. Today I want to look at how we can navigate a potentially combative conversation to come to some sort … Continue reading

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Expose the false narrative with truth

We’ve always been critical of state-run media (remember Pravda?); but what about a media-run state? We’ve been wary of the government becoming Orwellian but today it seems the globalist elites and mainstream media better fit that bill. If we’re paying … Continue reading

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You are Harrison Bergeron!

I thought I would have some fun today and talk about how dystopian 2020 has become. I’ve been thinking about whether we’re careening toward George Orwell’s “Nineteen-Eighty-Four“(1984)” or Kurt Vonnegut’s “Harrison Bergeron.” Both stories take place in some dark future, … Continue reading

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Those who oppose their own souls

A funny thing about human beings. We will only hear what our heart is open to hearing. A closed heart can make you believe and do very foolish and harmful things. This is what the religious spirit and the political … Continue reading

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