Monthly Archives: February 2016

Doubt (Luke 7:1-35)

If you have seen one movie on Lifetime Movie Network you have seen every movie on Lifetime Movie Network. If you haven’t, here is the plot line of them all: Somebody cheats on somebody and so somebody has somebody murder … Continue reading

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A Question Deserving An Answer

I taught Sociology at Nashville State Community College for a total of 14 years. For the most part, I enjoyed every moment of it. Some of my students still contact me from time to time and keep in touch. Nashville … Continue reading

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The Clock

For the past several months I have been visiting maximum security inmates at a prison in Nashville. These guys have reach the end of the road as far as prisons go. Most are severing long sentences for violent crimes. But … Continue reading

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Two Sides of the Same Coin

With over 5,000 cameras covering every inch of the field, Super Bowl 50 was a huge production. Yet, in spite of all the technology that goes into making the game a success, the Super Bowl began with a simple coin … Continue reading

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Biblical Justice is Redundant

Often when I speak with other conservative evangelicals about social justice they take issue with the term. They tell me that “social justice” has been aligned with the social gospel and liberal politics and so the term has a negative connotation in their … Continue reading

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Re-evaluating the Death Penalty

(Note: Below is another editorial I wrote for the Tennessean. It was originally published November 27, 2015.) _____________________________ I was pleasantly surprised and greatly encouraged by the recent statement adopted by the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) concerning the death … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Death Penalty

(NOTE: Below is an editorial I wrote for the Tennessean. It was originally published August 18, 2014, and got quite of bit of attention under comments.) __________________________________ No matter how hard I try not to be boxed in, people label … Continue reading

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