Tag: Politics

My Least Favorite Christian Cliches

My Least Favorite Christian Cliches

Dr. Moore has written about how oftentimes, Christians are quick to describe someone as “prophetic” for having political views that agree with their own.  This is annoying, but I have seen even more obnoxious clichés recently.  Oftentimes, in the context of societal or political events, some Christians will throw out some variation of “Jesus is … Continue reading My Least Favorite Christian Cliches

Advertisements
The 2020 Republican Primary?

The 2020 Republican Primary?

https://twitter.com/PatrickSvitek/status/820006132194361346 I have previously wrote about why Ted Cruz is not the person to lead the conservative movement forward.  This thought did inspire me to think about what a potential 2020 Republican Primary would look like. Chances are that Trump is going to run again in four years.  I would argue that no matter what he does … Continue reading The 2020 Republican Primary?

Action: Supporting a Post-6 Week Abortion Ban in Ohio

Ohio has recently passed legislation banning abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected (around 6 weeks).  John Kasich, the Governor of Ohio, is under a lot of pressure to veto this legislation.  I would encourage dropping a note or making a call to the Governor's office to respectfully encourage him and let him know … Continue reading Action: Supporting a Post-6 Week Abortion Ban in Ohio

3rd Party Voting and Evan McMullin

A couple of interesting articles out today concerning electoral politics this time around.  We'll start with Brian Beutler at The New Republic on how 3rd party voting impacts Hillary: The nightmare scenario is that this turns into a runaway free-rider problem. If too many people assume Clinton has the election locked down, and use that assumption as … Continue reading 3rd Party Voting and Evan McMullin