Tag Archives: George Washington University

Channeling My Inner Lawyer: An SBC Pastor’s Journey

“You teach yourselves the law. I train your minds. You come in here with a skull full of mush, and if you survive, you’ll leave thinking like a lawyer.”  Professor Charles W. Kingsfield, Jr., (The Paper Chase) As a young … Continue reading

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When Scripture is (Mis)Used to Stifle Debate!

Many of us are guilty of it.  I admit that I am.  We sometimes selectively use Scripture to bolster our arguments.  When we want to win a point in a debate over theology, methodology, ecclesiology, or the like, we run to our … Continue reading

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Obama’s High Tech Enemies List & Nixon’s Ghost

If I believed in ghosts (which I don’t — demons and spirits are another matter altogether), I could almost see the ghost of Richard Milhaus Nixon walking on the grounds of the White House.  That America’s 37th President is haunting  or otherwise … 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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Winning Friends In the SBC & Beyond

“If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend.”  Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States It’s amazing what influence you can have with those around you, especially those whom … Continue reading

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