I have several blog pages. In the beginning, the idea was to use each one to focus on a specific area of interest, or related subjects. One blog was focused on Natural Law and the principles of liberty as the American Founders understood them. Another blog was supposed to focus on Scripture, and Biblical topics. A third blog was meant to focus on applying the principles from the first two blogs to the events of the day: a Scripture-based political commentary, if you will. The hope was that, as the blogs grew, they would become repositories of information that others could use to help them better understand our world, and to then help others to do the same. Unfortunately, I never put in the time and effort necessary to bring the idea to fruition. Well, that changes now. Continue reading “And So We’ll Begin”
It is with great remorse that I announce the passing of Rush Limbaugh.
OTRTD sends out its heart-felt condolences and prayers to the Limbaugh family. Continue reading “We’ve Lost Another Star”
I have tried to write this post several times and every draft sounded to me like I was being self-serving. I want to learn how to serve others rather than myself. I know that requires humility, true humility. I’m just not sure I even know what that is anymore, so, I decided to just write this as matter-of-factly as I can and pray that it comes off sounding like something less than a humble brag. I hope it works.
I know I have been away from this blog for a while, but I have been waiting on the Lord. I’ll return soon, but not until I know it is time. Until then, here is a video of a very worth-while discussion. I hope you will make time to watch it. It is far better, and far more timely than anything I know of on TV. Oh, for what it’s worth, this is about the nature of evil — especially as it applies to our modern society and times.
I had a pleasant discussion with one of my readers on The Road To Concord this week. It was about the Catholic teaching that it is the true church of Christ, as established in Matthew 16:18-19. I was raised Catholic, so I know this is a very sensitive issue for many in the Catholic church. None the less, I would like to address the topic, and to offer some gentle correction to those who may believe the Catholic teaching. But first, I want to say that what follows is in no way meant to be read as a condemnation, or judgment or rebuke. I offer my words out of an agape love, and I hope hope that they will be received that way. Continue reading “A Sensitive Discussion About The Catholic Church”