Absolute truth — truth that never changes over time. Does it exist any longer? As Christians we understand absolute truth is only found in God’s Word and that never changes, but increasingly we live in a society that does not believe there is absolute truth. Now, in their eyes, truth is how they define it.
Apparently, some city and borough councils and township supervisors within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania do not understand the ramifications of adding ‘sexual orientation and gender identity or expression’ to their anti-discrimination ordinances. They’re being led to believe, by the proponents of this change, that it is all about stopping discrimination and will bring economic boom to their community.
Should corporations and sports associations be able to threaten states financially if they don’t adhere to the social agenda of the corporation or sports association? These entities are increasingly jumping into the culture wars and using their financial clout to intimidate states into not passing laws they don’t like — especially laws that restrict the advancement of the homosexual/transgender issue.
As schools are forcibly thrust into the transgender debate and students are again used in yet another great social experiment, let’s pray that sanity will win out. But . . . is that possible in this politically correct world where homosexual and transgender activists and their allies have taken over all the major educational/psychological institutions?
This month we celebrated the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln on the 12th and George Washington on the 22nd. The federal holiday honoring George Washington was originally implemented by an Act of Congress in 1879 for government offices in Washington and expanded in 1885 to include all federal offices. It was always celebrated on his birthday — February 22nd. On January 1, 1971 when the Uniform Monday Holiday Act went into effect, the celebration rarely fell on Washington’s actual birthday. An early draft of this law would have renamed the holiday “Presidents’ Day” to honor the birthdays of both Washington and Lincoln, but that failed in committee. Advertisers in the mid-1980’s began the push to use the term “Presidents’ Day” and it first appeared in print during this time.
Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene’s Flowers and Gifts in Richland, Washington, has been an artist for over 40 years. Her artistic talent is making floral arrangements. She serves everyone who walks into her shop and hires talented individuals, whether they identify as “gay” or “straight.” She had provided flowers for Robert Ingersoll for over a decade. Stutzman knew he was a homosexual and he knew she was a Christian.
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) has announced that organizations is ready to take the next step to be more “inclusive.” They are now ready to allow girls who simply think they are boys into their ranks — the politically correct term for these confused individuals is “transgender boys.” Let’s be perfectly honest here: except in extremely rare cases there is never any doubt whether a newborn baby is a boy or a girl. This is not something a doctor “assigns” at birth as the proponents of the “transgender” ideology (or more correctly idiocy) are proclaiming.
While the “Women’s March” concentrated on the desire to be able to fix “a mistake” that happened as a result of sexual activity and that “mistake” was going to interfere with a career or other future plans (abortion on demand), the “March for Life” concentrated on life and the holocaust that has occurred since the Supreme Court decisions of 1973.
Blog Post — The Day After According to the US Constitution (Amendment 20, Section 1), “The terms of the President and Vice President shall end at noon on the 20th of January . . . .” That happened yesterday . . . another peaceful transition of power. Yesterday’s activities were truly unique and most people […]
The event is to take place in Washington Square Park. Just what is this park? It is where thousands of unknown Continental Army soldiers are buried in unmarked graves. These soldiers from George Washington’s army died from wounds and sickness during the War for Independence. The memorial itself bears a quote from President Washington’s 1794 Farewell Address, “The independence and liberty you possess are the work of joint councils and joint efforts – of common dangers, sufferings and success.” An “Eternal Flame” is lit in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier.