Free Expression

by wanliss on April 27, 2017

in Education

Academics often point out that diversity is good, in part, because it brings different perspectives and experiences to the table. I agree. It is a useful data point to consider. In fact, this is one reason many argue that higher education needs to also promote viewpoint diversity. Diversity based on externals does not necessarily reflect a […]

Michael Crichton’s ‘Author’s Message’ from the book State of Fear: AUTHOR’S MESSAGE A novel such as State of Fear, in which so many divergent views are expressed, may lead the reader to wonder where, exactly, the author stands on these issues. I have been reading environmental texts for three years, in itself a hazardous undertaking. […]

From the Westminster Larger Catechism   Q. 168. What is the Lord’s supper? A. The Lord’s supper is a sacrament of the New Testament, wherein, by giving and receiving bread and wine according to the appointment of Jesus Christ, his death is showed forth; and they that worthily communicate feed upon his body and blood, […]

  Related Pages Introduction to the Christian Faith The Doctrines of Grace Worship Godly Living The Church A Godly Society Confessional Standards The Scottish Communion Season David Murray One of the major results of the Scottish Reformation was an intense carefulness in the administration of the Lord’s Supper. I will take you through the Scottish […]

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) discovered the largest continuous natural gas deposit in the country, stretching across the Gulf Coast states of Texas and Louisiana. USGS estimates between 4 billion barrels of oil and 304.4 trillion cubic feet of natural gas sit untapped in the Haynesville and Bossier shale formations. More natural gas was found […]

If this is the kind of housecleaning and swamp draining we’re going to get, we’re in real trouble Paul Driessen Was it because there were too few senior Trump Administration officials in place to catch and stop it? Or because Department of the Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was new on the job, and had so […]

A Time to Dance (Patton)

by wanliss on March 28, 2017

in Education

The Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter, April 1868, 109-113.] By REV. WILLIAM PATTON, D. D. THAT is the tune for the light fantastic toe. We claim for promiscuous dancing the authority of the varied experience and the great name of Solomon, as well as the sanction of the Word of God. This is not only the […]

A Time to Dance

by wanliss on March 28, 2017

in Uncategorized

                                   A TIME TO DANCE. A SERMON ON DANCING. PREACHED BY REV. J.R. SIKES.  SECOND REVISED EDITION.  PRICE 10 CENTS.  YORK, PA.  OFFICE OF THE TEACHERS’ JOURNAL 1879.  ANNOUNCEMENT. As will be seen on another page of this pamphlet, this sermon was preached twelve years ago. The first edition was nearly all disposed of in a short […]

A Gospel Message

by wanliss on March 21, 2017

in Uncategorized

Had the blessed privilege tonight to hand out this tract outside  Greenville Swing. Pray that it is used to change lives. All of us have been or are ‘swingers’ in one way or another, but need to become serious pray-ers. Life is short, eternity long. (Click for full page view)

Renewable energy is defective solution in search of a problem, money and power Paul Driessen The Greek philosopher Diogenes reportedly carried an oil lamp during the daytime, the better to help him find an honest man. People everywhere should join Congress and the Trump Administration in search of honest energy and climate policies – as […]