Saturday, May 18, 2013 2:19 am
Category Archives: Religion
Many ingredients are in our American cultural stew. Neither wrench, candlestick, rope, shoe, or gun killed a human being without the force of another human being, or beings, intent on taking a life. The bloody nose that once ended arguments has become the incentive to accelerate conflict into the annihilation of an opponent. Instead of outrage at “kill lists”, we dumb down and numb down. Continue reading
Why were Holy Bibles recently banned at Walter Reed? With outrage quickly pouring out and signed petitions exceeding 20,000 signatures, the ban was soon rescinded. However, lingering questions remain as to why this was initiated, who was behind it and what it means for the ongoing assault on American citizens? Continue reading
What is the character of America today? In the history of the Republic, how does our national character compare to other eras and prior generations? Are we a nation that stands for integrity, honor and truthfulness? Do we actively defend the character of the Constitution and all that it embodies and ensure that its character is reflected in our national culture?
Today marks the 100th day of The Constitution Times and 101 posts. This was intentional, to highlight the one “extra” post, as one Americans must never forget – The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution.
The seven deadly sins are known as Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Envy, Pride, Lust, and Anger (Wrath). No doubt there are plenty of others, but these are the ones that will put you on the hot seat, so to speak.
On this Sunday, September 11, 2011, ten years after the terror attacks on American soil, the country remembers with memorials, dedications and ceremonials. If there is one common denominator to all of the remembrances personal and public, it is prayer.
There is much to be thankful for in America. For the majority of Americans, Sundays are a time to attend church, reflect, pray and give thanks for God’s blessings. Spiritual time is important time.
When you want the American people to believe you, simply invoke God. Sprinkle God’s blessings to the American people and they are bound to come around to your point of view. Continue reading
The founding fathers didn’t put religion in the Constitution, but they did rely on prayer and referred to God’s blessings in their writings and personal life. Reverend Jacob Duche’ delivered the first prayer to the Continental Congress in 1774. Continue reading