What the Church Can Learn from Google’s Discrimination Case

What the Church Can Learn from Google’s Discrimination Case

“Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” an internal memo written by former-employee James Damore, caused a storm throughout our cultural landscape this past summer. Only a few days ago, Damore formally filed his class action lawsuit stating that a) workplace bias exists over and against men and women with conservative views at Google; and b) t...

By Mr. James Baxter - 01 18 2018
Hate is Not the Opposite of Love – Love Produces Hate

Hate is Not the Opposite of Love – Love Produces Hate

One of the great errors of today’s sloganeering society is the demand we choose love or hate. Hate is when you don’t accept a person as they are, or something. Love is when you let the person be who they are, or something. But love and hate are – to borrow another vogue word – binaries. They’re two sides of the same coin. Hate is a by-...

By Mr. Jason Craig - 10 12 2020
You Can Check Out, But You Can Never Leave    

You Can Check Out, But You Can Never Leave    

Hotel California by the Eagles, generally considered to be an allegorical analysis of the shadowy, more unedifying elements of questionably modern cultural improvements and evolution, features the timeless words, You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave. I’ll take some liberty and apply this to the Sacrament of Baptism.  In B...

By David La Mar - 01 14 2020