Tag Archives: Self-Government

The Night Watch Podcast

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His Kingdom and My Country

On this Fourth of July, 2013, I am mourning the loss of my country. And I mourn for several reasons. 1. I mourn first and foremost that so many of my American countrymen have rejected the God whose merciful goodness secured liberty for so many generations in our land. 2. I mourn because those who […]

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The Government We Deserve.04-A Contrast

Several days ago, when I sat down to assemble my thoughts on the theme of “The Government We Deserve,” I did not anticipate that my idea would become a short series of blog posts. Well it has … and here we are in the fourth installment. Unlike the other series I have written, I’m just […]

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The Government We Deserve.01-A Mirror

Don’t like what you see in Washington? Take a good look in the mirror. Washington is you. That’s right. The collection of scalawags in DC is merely a reflection of ourselves – We The People – we Americans – you know the ones who put them there. “But wait,” you say, “I didn’t vote for […]

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Who’s Deciding For You?

Ours is a “small r” republican form of government. We are a republic, not a democracy. If we were a democracy, we would all vote on everything – every dollar spent by city hall, or drawn from our state’s coffers for some project or budgeted item, would be directed by a collective vote of all […]

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More Just Than Talk

Last Friday I wrapped up my 14-part series on The Patriot. Don’t worry, I’m not going to re-hash everything here again. But I do hope you enjoyed it. And if you missed it, or parts of it, you can find all of the articles listed here. Anyway, two Saturdays ago, January 28th, I had the […]

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Multiculturalism.05 – What Parking Tickets Reveal

Be on the lookout for a new series … THE PATRIOT … COMING SOON! Below is an article I originally published on my old Kingdom>>Church>>Culture blog. The article was posted on June 7, 2008. Read on … ………… The Washington Times published an editorial today comparing the parking ticket record of foreign diplomats with the […]

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The Grand Narrative – Part XVII

“If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?” Psalms 11:3 ESV Today, we are going to look at the last of the four directives delivered by God to man—GOD’S very first words spoken to the one who bears his image—the Imago Dei. “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it […]

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Hurried, But Pausing To Cast Some Seed

“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” – Dwight David Eisenhower I wrote previously about the Circuitous Route I have taken to get to this blog. You can read about it at the link above if you wish, but if you don’t, allow me a moment to […]

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Five Principles for The Fourth

Many of you who follow this blog know that I have co-authored four historical novels for young readers (actually five now). But before these stories, my writing partner, John Jenkins, and I took two-and-a-half years to complete our first adult novel, Bloodlines. The centerpiece character of that story was a man named Sam MacDonald. Our fictional […]

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