Category Archives: Culture

Dark Times

We are in a very dark time in our history as a country. I was a baby at the end of the Civil Rights movement. Thus, I did not experience the difficulty of that day. What I know of then, … Continue reading

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Allegiance to Christ, Citizenship in Heaven

Much to the dismay, and disappointment, of some of my friends and family, I screamed during the 2016 primaries and election that if the evangelical church backed, supported, and voted for Donald Trump, we would lose our moral authority to … Continue reading

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The Right Thing the Wrong Way

Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed as a justice on the Supreme Court. Congratulations to him and his family. I pray he will be a fair and just judge. It seems all the rationalization and hermeneutical gymnastics used by evangelicals to vote … Continue reading

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Why They Kneel

The second paragraph of our United States Declaration of Independence reads, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain and unalienable Rights, that among these are … Continue reading

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Saying, “Jesus is Lord,” is a Political Statement

As a minister and pastor committed to social justice, I am often criticized. Interestingly, the criticism does not come from the world. Rather, it comes from fellow, conservative ministers and pastors. The criticism usually goes something like this: “Kevin, you should … Continue reading

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Roe v. Wade

Well, what once looked like an impossibility now seems within reach. Justice Anthony Kennedy is resigning from the Supreme Court. President Trump has promised to appoint Pro-Life judges. Roe v. Wade is now on the chopping block. Even CNN recognizes this … Continue reading

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God Help Us!

The other day I wrote a post about how I don’t understand how evangelicals can still support this particular POTUS. The idea that “I voted for a president, not a pastor,” or, “I don’t look to Washington, DC for spiritual … Continue reading

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