Both parties have united against us

by Craige McMillan -- Do you get the change part yet? Well, I hope so. The executive branch of government now makes the laws, and also determines which of the old laws more…

Is the government now unstoppable?

by Craige McMillan -- In an affluent society (even one temporarily impoverished), change can be pursued in many ways. In the political realm, "change" translates to government control: at the local, county, more…

'Legitimate redistribution' of wealth?

by Craige McMillan -- Pope Francis nailed his audience when he spoke at the United Nations about the "legitimate redistribution" of wealth. The U.N. has an enviable record of "talking the talk" more…

Can science save us from God?

by Craige McMillan -- One expects the world's secularists to look toward science to protect themselves from God. What is surprising, however, is to see the religious do the same. With the more…

Easter and the 2 sides of the cross

by Craige McMillan -- There are two ways to look at Easter. One is from the human perspective. The other is from God's perspective. Humanity hungers for second chances. If something inside more…

Stories we tell ourselves

by Craige McMillan -- We all tell ourselves stories. Sometimes they are true, and sometimes they are not. It doesn't seem to matter much if the stories we tell ourselves are true more…

Armageddon – has it happened once before?

by Craige McMillan -- Popular views about Armageddon are almost all wrong. As I have written here, Armageddon is not a "final battle" between good and evil. Rather, it is the decisive more…

A culture too busy to stop tyranny

by Craige McMillan -- We're all so busy. Busy at work, with the kids, keeping tabs on the aging parents, planning and attending to the weekend chores around home, and trying to more…