I think we can all agree that the problem with cancel culture is not one-sided. It’s not that conservatives never think people should be canceled or that liberals think everyone should be canceled. The real problem is that there’s no agreed upon standard. It wasn’t that long ago that the Dixie Chicks were canceled by … Continue reading Did Vigo County Get it Wrong?
There was a knock at my door and when I answered, one of my neighbors frantically explained that a local child was missing. My wife and I joined dozens of other families from around the community and began searching. We could hear people near and far calling out the little girl’s name, so we repeated … Continue reading Nothing of Nothing
I’ve seen a pattern develop across the board among conservative political commentators over the past several years, and that pattern is to condemn the moral decay of our society, which they usually blame on liberals, while ignoring the greed and violence that caused the moral decay in the first place. Take Phil Robertson for example, … Continue reading The Long Con
No courtroom verdict can fully bring justice and no jury can mend a broken heart. Peace must come from within. This axiom is as true of the gospel itself, as it is for the streets on which the gospel is preached. Our salvation was not achieved from afar, God did not decry it from on … Continue reading God in Christ: Peace and Justice Must Come From Within
This afternoon I visited a local park to rest for a minute after my lunch break. The Old Mill Dam is a beautiful spot on the north end of Terre Haute, where the Otter Creek flows over the rocks and remains of an antique grist mill. Near the park is a rail road bridge covered … Continue reading Under The Bridge: Fear and Peace in the Face of Lethal Force