The 2nd Amendment and The Bible: A Historical and Theological Look at the Natural Right of Self-Defense, Part 3

Up to this point we have attempted to establish that: The foundational principle of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights is Natural Law. The purpose of the 2nd Amendment is self-preservation and self-defense (Part 1). Self-preservation and self-defense are primary rights derived from Natural Law (Part 2). We will now explore the possibility of(…)

“Whom Do Men Say That I Am?”

“Who do men say that I am?” This is one of the most resounding questions in all of the New Testament. It was asked by Jesus of His disciples. Let’s look at the passage: When Jesus came into the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, saying, “Who do men say that I, the(…)

The Bible Endorses Abortion

You read that right, the Bible endorses Abortion. Well…at least that’s what the people at Democratic National Christian Choice would like people to believe. For their first post on their Facebook page dedicated to the abortion issue they reference an article about “Abortion and the Judeo-Christian Religion”. Interestingly, there is a note at the beginning of the article that expresses(…)

The 2nd Amendment and The Bible: A Historical and Theological Look at the Natural Right of Self-Defense, Part 2

Now that we have established that the historical purpose and intention of the 2nd Amendment was that of self-defense (Part 1), we will analyze the foundation of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the 2nd Amendment; The Declaration of Independence. The right of self-defense can be traced back to the earliest recorded human history.(…)

Ex-Gay, No Way?

This Sunday J Michael McKoy (a.k.a. “Mac”) starts his new, nationally-syndicated show, Restoring Hope Live. This show will air on XM/Sirius Radio and focuses on “Helping people Restore Hope within their Families, Friends and Relationships in the wake of Hurts, Habits and Hangups.” For their first show, Mac, who rarely shies away from controversial topics, asks this question: “Can(…)