On October 3, 1789, President George Washington issued the Thanksgiving Day Proclamation declaring that the 26th of November would be a day in which the American people devote themselves to and unite in rendering to “that great and glorious Being, who is the beneficent Author…our sincere and humble thanks – for his kind care and … Continue reading Thanksgiving


“Foolish, Faithless, Heartless, Ruthless”

Behold, an apt description of America written in the first century (see Romans 1.31, ESV). Granted, Paul was not writing to describe American culture. Paul was writing to describe the then-present state of Roman society. Nevertheless, those four words accurately and succinctly characterize modern America. The first word, “foolish,” can also be translated stupid. American … Continue reading “Foolish, Faithless, Heartless, Ruthless”