Are Donald Trump’s Sins Worse Than Other Presidents?

  In my last post I began pushing back on Chris Buskirk’s thesis that one’s support of Donald Trump doesn’t compromise their personal or our collective Christian testimony. He claims that it would take a “major breach of public trust or endorsement of public evil [on the presidents’ part]” to negatively effect the public witness …

Can Christians Support Donald Trump Without Risk to Their Witness?

The short answer to the question above, in my view is “NO!” Chris Buskirk disagrees. In his article on the “American Greatness” site he challenges editorials by husband and wife: David and Nancy French of the National Review and the Washington Post respectively, wherein they posit that our testimony is indeed compromised by those who …

Unconscionable, Immature, and Oxymoronic

A good leader motivates, doesn’t mislead, doesn’t exploit. Good leaders abhor wrongdoing of all kinds; sound leadership has a moral foundation. Good leaders cultivate honest speech; they love advisors who tell them the truth. An intemperate leader wreaks havoc in lives; you’re smart to stay clear of someone like that. Good-tempered leaders invigorate lives; they’re …

A Train Wreck!

Dear brothers and sisters, I appeal to you to jump off the Train of Trump before its inevitable crash! Whatever it was that motivated you to board it to begin with––the visual of another Clinton in the White House, a swamp draining, or a funny ret hat––it’s time to deboard. It’s time to quit running …

Presidential Power Plays

Kings, Prophets, and Presidents: A Warning about Power Abuse (Part 2 of 4) “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln Power abuse is nothing new to humanity. Man’s inhumanity to man is as old as humanity itself, especially with respect to the …