The more you look into the “gay but celibate” movement advancing rapidly into once theologically orthodox Christian churches, the more disheartened you become by church leaders who have been slow to counter it, or worse, are embracing it.
Macy’s was once a symbol of wholesome American fun with its Thanksgiving Parades and visits with Santa Claus, immortalized years ago in the classic movie “Miracle on 34th Street.” But this month the department store chain is busy promoting the debauchery associated with LGBT Pride and pushing the new all-American tradition of encouraging children to interact with perverted drag queens.
Abortion pills are becoming more common among women seeking to abort their offspring, and the availability of these pills online is growing, allowing women to avoid going to an abortion clinic entirely.
Americans today are less likely to define socialism as government ownership of the means of production and more likely to describe it in relation to equality or government benefits and social services, according to a new Gallup poll conducted in September.
Wendy Wilson is a teacher and writer in Nashville, Tennessee. She grew up in Michigan and graduated from Valparaiso University in Indiana with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and Spanish. She earned a master’s degree in intercultural studies at Union University in Tennessee.
A favorite quote of Wendy’s:
“I think modern life, including life in the Church, suffers from a phony unwillingness to offend that poses as prudence and good manners, but too often turns out to be cowardice. Human beings owe each other respect and appropriate courtesy. But we also owe each other the truth — which means candor.” ~ Archbishop Emeritus of Philadelphia