First use of “wall of separation” between Church and State

The first Baptist in America, Roger Williams, was actually the first to use the phrase “wall of separation”.  In his quote below, Williams compared the true church as a sort of garden of Eden, and he referred to this world’s secular realm as the “wilderness”.  He stated: “[W]hen they have opened a gap in the hedge …

Rev. Matthew Harrison defends rights of unborn

Before the House Committee in the U.S. Congress, Rev. Matthew Harrison, President of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, defends the right of the unborn--he's calm, cool, and collected but firm in his convictions.  There are not many people these days, including pastors, who openly defend the rights of the unborn.  Thank and praise the Lord for …

Planned Parenthood Stung by Sting Operation

Planned Parenthood are professionals at circumventing the law in order to get underaged girls abortions using public tax dollars, and all without parental consent.  Who would have thought that they also help pimps get their prostitutes abortions too. The last I heard, prostitution was illegal and so was pimping.  Where has our society come to …

Copenhagen climate change conference and environmental stewardship

A Christian view of environmentalism and climate change does not have to be anti-green; nor do we need to have unhealthy fear of big brother and government control.  The environment is not about us.  It is about God's earth and God's creation.  Therefore, as Christians, we should approach environmentalism from a theo-centric and biblical perspective.  …