Monthly Archives: February 2012

Best Line

From President Harrison’s remarks to the US House of Representatives, as noted over at Esgetology: “You can’t grandfather the first amendment.”

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President Harrison’s Opening Statement

to the US House of Representatives, where an interfaith (not just interdenominational) panel testified before congress (just in case you haven’t seen it): “Mr. Chairman, it’s a pleasure to be here. The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is a body of some … Continue reading

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… and boy are my arms tired.

Just got back from Disney world in Florida.  Too tired to think straight, but an awesome time.  Met Tigger.  Saw some of the best imagineered gift shops in existence.  Took lots of pictures of us waiting in line.  Made lots … Continue reading

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As Predicted

As I said last night, the White house will make “accomadations” for those who find the HHS rule offensive.  Story HERE.  Commentary HERE.

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Harrison Statement on HHS decision

Just in case in you haven’t seen it, somehow, here is President Harrison’s statement on the recent HHS decision.  

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The Frightening Thing

So, suppose the Administration backs down.  Suppose church groups are not required to offend against their conscience by choosing to either provide drugs which they believe are inherently for sinful purposes, or to pay draconian fines and not offer any … Continue reading

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Sermon for Septuagesima

In which I point out the only place that one can find total fairness.  And you don’t want to go there.  More after the jump.

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Those Nasty Romans

The Romans persecuted the Christians because they hated new religions. Case closed, and we can move on. Except of course it isn’t that simple. The Romans were very accommodating of religion. They just defined it differently that we are used … Continue reading

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