Category Archives: culture

Black Portland Police Officer Shocked at Racist Things Said to Him by BLM Protestors

A black Portland police officer sat down for an interview to share his experiences covering Black Lives Matter protests every evening in Portland for the past few months. He has some very strong feelings about what he has been seeing … Continue reading

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Is Science Our One True Source of Finding Truth?

We are hearing, especially in the midst of the COVID crisis, that science is the only true and reliable means of finding truth. But is this true? Ironically, the statement itself is not one of science but philosophy, even religion. … Continue reading

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My New Installation at the Met

As sure as I’m an artist, I must object to all art that has come before. I refuse to be apart of it. Continue reading

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Pro-Lifers, Senator Gillibrand Equates You With Racists and Anti-Semites

  This is just one more example among many of how extremist and tone-deaf leading abortion advocates are. Yesterday, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand told (watch video here) the editorial board of the Des Moines Register, I think there are … Continue reading

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Glenn’s New Book – The Church is NOT Shrinking!

Are people leaving the Church in droves? Is Christianity shrinking in the United States and around the world? Most people believe they are because they’ve heard this news time and again from the mainline press and countless Christian leaders. The … Continue reading

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The Toxic Manhood Gillette Commercial: Helpful, Horrid or Hokey?

It’s been getting a great deal of buzz with a host of varying opinions. It’s a new Gillette commercial showing a shotgun spatter of males acting in all sorts of bad ways, as thuggish bullies, cat-callers and body-grabbers. It’s the … Continue reading

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The Most Telling Outcome from the 2018 Mid-Terms

There is was no blue wave last night. There was no red wave. As most midterm elections are, last night was largely a national thumbs up or down on President Trump. Was he a winner or a loser?  Of course … Continue reading

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My Quick Take on the Ford/Kavanaugh Hearings

I watched every bit of the Senate Judiciary Hearings and testimony of Professor Ford and Judge Kavanaugh today with great interest. (I was supposed to be working on a book deadline!) I thought Professor Ford was very compelling in telling … Continue reading

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CNN: Ford’s Life-Long Friend Has No Recollection of Attack

I’ve been following the Kavanaugh story very closely over the last couple of weeks. (What sports are to some folks, politics is to me.) Some news broke last night by CNN that is very interesting and extremely important just as … Continue reading

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Is the Bible Cool with Same-Sex Marriage?

A few weeks ago, a church in SoCal hosted a very thoughtful, cordial and substantive discussion between Matthew Vines and Sean McDowell on whether the Bible allows for same-sex relationships and marriage. I consider both of these men to be friends … Continue reading

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