I grew up in one of those Judeo-Christian homes that apparently strike terror in the hearts of the likes of Betty Friedan, Alan Grayson and Kathryn Joyce. My parents never had sex until they got married to each other. Theirs is an enduring...

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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Fourteen Children and Away From Home

Here's a weblog published by someone else with thirteen brothers and sisters.

On a More Positive Note...

And now for the good news... In the aftermath of the shameful mistreatment, and wrongful ousting of Chief Justice Roy Moore, a fellow by the name of Tom Parker was elected to the Alabama Supreme Court, against overwhelming odds, and by an overwhelming win of the popular vote.

Here's a sample of his work. He's written the dissenting opinion in a child custody case, in which he cowers to no man, giving a clear case of why law and justice must be based on an absolute and unchanging standard.

Saturday, August 20, 2005

In the Telegraph

Remember, how many times it was suggested, "Why don't you try going without food and water for two weeks, then try to tell us it's painless and dignified"? Well, someone tried it.

Some thoughts: How did we forget that just because someone wants something very badly, doesn't mean they have to have it? To end your own life, with your own hands is suicide. It is killing yourself, plain and simple. To ask someone else to help you, is to ask them to participate in murder. No matter how badly a person desires to do this, it is still wrong.

It is wrong, because God, the Creator of the universe, the Creator and Redeemer of the human race, Who holds all of life in His ever-powerful hands, Who directs times and seasons, judgments and blessings, has instructed us not to kill, and has promised eternal consequences for those who do.

What if it was the woman's nextdoor neighbor that she wanted so badly to kill? Should the laws be changed to make an allowance for that as well?