ReThinking the Issues Between Law Enforcement and African Americans

Issues stemming from race has a long and storied past and still rears its ugly head these days as well.  The problems involving race goes as far back as the exploration of this land by European explorers, then the birth of this nation when citizens could “own” slaves, who were Africans typically.  Over the next…

Episode 47 – John J. Miller (@heymiller of @NRO) Interview on #Obamacare #Repeal Not Happening, #Writing, & Salvador #Dali

Next on Thinking It Through:  John J. Miller, national correspondent for National Review, joins me to talk about the GOP’s Obamacare Repeal Failure, Journalism and Writing, and his Salvador Dali piece in the National Review, back on June 12, 2017. 00:00 – 01:28 = Introduction 01:29 – 06:43 = Republicans not passing healthcare bill 06:44 – 10:07 = Miller’s inspiration…

YOU CAN’T “STRATEGIZE” SPIRITUALITY

1 Corinthians 3:7 = “So neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow. (NIV)” John 6:63 = “The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you–they are full of the Spirit and life. (NIV)” John 6:65 =…

To be #Young, #Christian, and #Black (#African-#American)

Recently I was listening an old episode of the podcast of the Trackstarz and the question was asked, “Are Black people really Christians?”  I must admit I was slightly taken aback (in a good way).  Not because I felt offended in any way, but because here are young, Christian African-Americans, who are taking the time to…

Why You Should Watch Your Theology?

I believe that the study of theology has become more important to my life in the last three years than its ever been.  The older I have gotten, and the more I have grown in my love of Jesus Christ, the more I see how important it is for people to “watch your theology.”  When…