Author Archives: Stan Guthrie
By PEGGY NOONAN As institutions lose respect, voters think: Let’s take a chance.
In the Christian life, answers are optional. Trust isn’t.
By Ian Tuttle “I get what should’ve been mine all along. And all for the low, low price of a vote.”
Seven full years into “Hope and Change,” the two leading successors to Barack Obama are lapping the field because they have tapped into the public’s growing rage. And why are so many so angry, and why are so few happy … Continue reading
Cam Newton, whose poor performance during the Super Bowl was exceeded only by his unsportsmanlike conduct afterward, defends his sulking by saying, “Show me a good loser and I’ll show you a loser.” Okay, Cam. Let me add, “Show me … Continue reading
I’m glad Peyton Manning “won” the Super Bowl, but can we be honest for a moment? He was terrible. The Broncos were one for 14 on third down–think of that!–and mustered just 194 yards of offense, the lowest total ever … Continue reading
The Carolina Panthers defiantly said, “If you don’t like all our celebrating, then stop us.” The Denver Broncos heard them loud and clear. Now they’re the ones doing the celebrating.
Our agendas, however well-intended, should never take precedence over God’s agenda, as given in His Word.
By Stan Guthrie Carolina Panthers star quarterback (and probable NFL MVP) Cam Newton likes to do a little celebrating when he makes a good play on the football field. Actually, he likes to do a lot of celebrating.