Adam and Eve being issued first evacuation mandate, still in effect.
I woke up this morning with the radio playing a clip of Sen. Rand Paul. He was decrying the mask and vaccine mandates that are conditioning us for tyranny, making us live in fear and subverting our liberties.
I know all about mandates. My wife mandated I get the Moderna vaccine earlier this year, so I did.
But this was disturbing.
Many pastors are being lionized in Christian circles for resisting ‘Draconian’ Covid-19 pandemic restrictions about crowds, masking and social distancing, heroically putting their congregations’ and neighbors’ health in danger regardless of the personal cost to themselves. But some faith heroes have gone unnoticed in the struggle against government tyranny. This is one man’s story.
The Wittenburg Church bus was stopped, just past the intersection of Main and Jackson streets. Patrolman Brent Jones exited his police car, lights still flashing, at 8:37 a.m. on a Sunday in April, and approached the vehicle. Continue reading
The Grammy-nominated South Carolina Christian band NeedtoBreathe delivers sweet harmonies and emotional, nuanced and insightful lyrics on their latest album, Out of Body.
But… what’s with the big hat? Continue reading
A public utility fairy tale of the struggle between The Electric Reliability Council of Texas and the humble citizens of that sovereign state.
The journey to the ERCOT Ice Palace was perilous and long. Billy Bob had been delegated by his Texas neighbors to bring their town’s request before the great and powerful ER, but it was no easy task.
Traversing the barren stretches of northern Canada had been terrible in winter. It reminded him of the bleak days, months before, of minus-2 degrees in Texas, when ERCOT had appeared out of obscurity – no one had even heard of this mighty entity before – and shut down power to an entire state. Continue reading
Note: The following includes spoilers about the new director’s cut of “The Book of Revelation.”
God says his new revision of the original Book of Revelation adds five chapters and a number of plot devices that never made it into St. John’s version, which was originally released in 95 A.D.
“The new story displays the brazen, auteurist vision I had planned for the end of the world,” God explained. “After 2,000 years, I decided John’s version just did not embody the turbocharged delirium I’m known for.” Continue reading