Et Tu, James K.A. Smith?

Over the weekend, philosopher and Calvin College professor James K. A. Smith went on the record arguing that the recent usage of the words orthodoxy and heresy in debates surrounding same-sex marriage are illegitimate. Smith argues that Christian's are flippantly using the words orthodoxy and heresy by applying it to things such as homosexual mirage and that Christian's … Continue reading Et Tu, James K.A. Smith?

#SatireSaturday – Local Pastor Challenges Floyd Mayweather & Connor McGregor To Triple Threat Match

Thursday, June 16th, 2017: One day following the announcement of the blockbuster mega-fight between Floyd "Money" Mayweather and Connor "Notorious" McGregor, The Chapmanville Times interviewed local residents in the community of Chapmanville, WV about what they thought about the upcoming August mega-fight. Resident "Big" Rick Massey reportedly told The Times, "I think it could be great for … Continue reading #SatireSaturday – Local Pastor Challenges Floyd Mayweather & Connor McGregor To Triple Threat Match

8 More Locally Owned Businesses In Logan County You Should Check Out – Part 2

I could have never anticipated the outpouring that I received for the first post I wrote on local businesses in Logan County. For all of you who shared it, read it, and was encouraged by it, I just want to say thank you so much! If you haven't seen the first one, you can find … Continue reading 8 More Locally Owned Businesses In Logan County You Should Check Out – Part 2

A Critique of The Godless Constitution: The First Amendment & The Case For Religious Liberty

In The Godless Constitution, two Cornell University professors by the name of Isaac Kramnick and R. Laurence Moore lay out a case for readers to prove that the United States Constitution is a godless document. By calling the Constitution a godless document, the authors lay out a view that strongly argues that while individuals are … Continue reading A Critique of The Godless Constitution: The First Amendment & The Case For Religious Liberty