WHILE MOST of America fixates on the opening of presidential campaign season, the big news is quietly bubbling up north in the Arctic. Russia is laying claim to about 380,000… Read more »
THE SUPREME Court of Indiana ruled last week that “a right to resist an unlawful police entry into a home is against public policy and is incompatible with modern Fourth… Read more »
WHILE RUSSIA deals with the horrific aftermath of what looks like a terrorist bombing at its largest airport, tensions in the Middle East rise with news of Iranian warships on… Read more »
HOMER SIMPSON finds himself in the news twice today: first in connection with the largest drug bust in Mexican history, and second as a Jesuit theologian declares him a Catholic…. Read more »
A NASTY fight in western Kyrgyzstan has destroyed the second largest city in that nation and forced 75,000 ethic Uzbeks across the border in Uzbekistan. We mention this because the… Read more »
MAY 1, 2010 will see a group of prominent American evangelicals in a strange partnership with leaders of the Apostolic-Prophetic movement. They’ll gather at a replica of the Temple of… Read more »
THE SHOOTINGS at Fort Hood on November 5 dominate the news today, and rightly so. We discuss Major Nidal Malik Hasan and his connection to a couple of the 9/11 hijackers. We also discussed an odd detail connected to the shootings in Orlando the day after the terror event at Fort Hood. And what is reported as an H1N1 outbreak in Ukraine continues to spread rapidly. As of today, over a million have contracted the flu, nearly 53,000 are hospitalized, and 174 have died.
If that isn’t enough, cattle are being mutilated with surgical precision in Georgia.
Instead of fixating on these things, which Christ told us to expect, take a break and remember the words of Paul:
[W]hatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.