Monthly Archives: December 2010

The War & Death Hit Too Close to Home

Christmas 2010 was unusually busy.  And memorable.  After leading two Christmas Eve Candlelight Services on Friday night and not getting to sleep until after 1:00 a.m., my oldest son thought 6:45 a.m. on Christmas morning was the perfect time to start opening presents!  And, … Continue reading

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Tebow Derangement Syndrome Breaks Out

Bush Derangement Syndrome: the acute onset of paranoia in otherwise normal people in reaction to the policies, the presidency — nay — the very existence of George W. Bush. This “psychological disorder,” first discovered by Charles Krauthammer, the conservative political … Continue reading

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Toward Transparency: Disclose SBC Pay!

Containing revisions made by the author, this post was originally published at SBC Voices on December 16, 2010. “My Administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of  openness in Government. We will work together to ensure the public trust and establish … Continue reading

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Playing the Bully Card at Belmont U.

That didn’t take long did it?  Lisa Howe, the still former women’s soccer coach at Belmont University in Nashville, has played the bully card.  Now joining the race card, the bully card has become the newest weapon of choice that is … Continue reading

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100 Posts Later: My Blogging Journey

Welcome to From Law to Grace.  After much thought about entering the world of blogging, I have finally decided to begin this blog.  With my background in political science, law, and religion, this blog will give me an opportunity to comment … Continue reading

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Gladys Kravitz’s Spirit At FBC Dallas!

When most people are getting into the Christmas spirit, leave it to one of Southern Baptist’s premier mega-churches to keep the spirit of Gladys Kravitz alive and well.  Gladys and her husband, Abner, were the across-the-street neighbors to Darrin and … Continue reading

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Belmont: Money Talks, Gays Walk & Chaos Follows

Money talks — people walk!  At Belmont University, whoever’s money talks the loudest may determine the fate of the (now) former women’s soccer coach, Lisa Howe.  Belmont, located near Nashville’s historic “Music Row,” in recent years has distanced itself from its traditional (and … Continue reading

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G.W.U. — Radically Redefining Coed

“The campus of George Washington University must be an interesting place to be — and it looks like it may quickly become a lot more interesting.”  Dr. R. Albert Mohler, “Coed Quarters & Free Birth Control–The New Campus Culture?” If … Continue reading

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“Who is a Christian?”: Lifeway’s Asinine Survey

Not helpful!  That would be how I would describe Lifeway Research’s just released survey which asked 1000 Protestant pastors one question: “Which, if any, of the following people do you believe are Christians?” Lifeway, affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention, … Continue reading

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Baptist Pastors, Five Guys Burgers & Providence

On a recent trip to Dallas with my oldest son, Stephen, we stopped by the Galleria Mall.  With four stories of shopping, an ice skating rink on the lower level, and the nation’s tallest indoor Christmas tree, the Galleria is … Continue reading

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