When are you going to publish, in large type headlines, the names, home addresses and home phone numbers of the owner, editor and writer of the article that appeared in The Journal News of White Plains, N.Y.? ["Own a gun? We know where you live"] I’d like to give them a call and let them know what I think of this action.
Joseph Farah prides himself on the number of words he puts out daily. In fact, it is just very predictable drivel about repenting. The message is always the same and takes no real thought. Someone should take the “replay” button away from Mr. Farah.
Mr. Tebow is a real model for our youth. He is very religious in his beliefs as represented by his famed praying posture on the sidelines. He has never been the subject of a scandal.
The Broncos traded Tebow against the fans’ wishes and the Jets grabbed him for his popularity, endeavoring to boost their fan base. Instead they ignored his ability for some undisclosed reasons, perhaps secular in natur ... continue reading »
If newspapers can get private citizens’ names, addresses, etc. under the Freedom of Information Act, then why can we not get the president’s authentic long-form birth certificate and college records?
In his column Will Adam Lanza burn in hell?” Mr. Kinsolving clearly perverts Scripture in an attempt to repudiate the doctrine of eternal punishment. It was Jesus Himself who said that we ought to fear God “who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell” (Matthew 10:28). And it will be Jesus Himself who condemns the unrighteous on the day of judgment: “Depart from Me, you cursed, into the everlasting fire prepared for the devil and his angels. … And these will go away into everlasting punishment, but the righteous into eternal life” (Matthew 25:41,46 ... continue reading »
Though we remain at opposite ends of the political spectrum, I thoroughly enjoyed this column ["Celebrating Jesus' 'condescension'"].
I was raised Episcopalian, studied the Gospel of John at an Episcopalian high school and theology at a Catholic university (back in the day when such was mandatory).
I do not recall ever hearing the perspective your article so ably illustrates.
Thanks, and Merry Christmas to you and your family