A Message to the World

When asked by President McKinley to carry a letter to a General Garcia in the wilds of the Cuban jungle, an otherwise-unknown fellow named Rowan asked no questions, made the journey, and delivered the letter—a task which any average person might have written off as impossible. In this post, I diverge briefly from my political … More A Message to the World

The Rock of Christ’s Church in the Midst of Paganism

“…You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades will not overpower it.” (Matt 16:18) This is one of the most well-known verses in the Bible regarding the foundation of the church. However, Jesus left significant ambiguity as to what He meant by the rock. The common interpretation is that … More The Rock of Christ’s Church in the Midst of Paganism

The Irony of the Left

In May of 1773, patriots disguised as Native Americans boarded the British ships and turned Boston Harbor into a giant tea pot. That Boston Tea Party began a revolution to reclaim the liberty that would form the foundations of the American Republic. Modern-day patriots like you and I seek to conserve that liberty—that’s why we’re … More The Irony of the Left

In God We Still Trust

Christians are increasingly frustrated by recent Supreme Court opinions and infringements on religious liberty in this country. What are we doing to alter the downward trend? America’s national motto is inscribed behind the speaker’s rostrum in the House chamber and above the main door of the Senate chamber; it is engraved on the Washington Monument … More In God We Still Trust