Racism in America

August 9th, an African-American male, Michael Brown, was shot six times and killed. Varying reports have been circulated as to what really happened. The New York Times stated, “The circumstances of Michael Brown’s death on Aug. 9 are in dispute. The police said that Mr. Brown was shot during a fight for the officer’s gun,Continue reading “Racism in America”

Christianity and Homosexuality

Today I read in the Picayune Item that for the first time in our cities history, a same-sex couple has filed an out-of-state marriage license in a local court here in Pearl River County. I want to share a few thoughts regarding homosexual/lesbian relationships. 1. Homosexuality is a sin. Period. A close examination of 1Continue reading “Christianity and Homosexuality”

The Death Penalty

In the United States of America, 18 states have voted at some point in the past to abolish the death penalty. That leaves 32 states that, at least legally, still allow it. Maryland was the most recents state (2013) to abolish. My question is simple: Should a Christian be for or against the death penalty?Continue reading “The Death Penalty”