Author Archives: Stan Guthrie
When are we going to make virtue-signaling an Olympic sport?
As part of my desire to simply read more books this year, I’m finally tackling this one, the first of a three-part story. I think we picked them up at a library clearance sale quite a few years ago. It’s … Continue reading
“The Word of God is like a lion. You don’t have to defend a lion. All you have to do is let the lion loose, and the lion will defend itself.” — Charles Spurgeon
Do not reprove a scoffer, or he will hate you; reprove a wise man, and he will love you. — Prov. 9:8
When you clean out your drawers, it’s like Christmas all over again.
Many of my esteemed, godly, and more learned Christian colleagues, in light of the Parkland slaughter, appear to be suggesting that you cannot carry a weapon and be a good Christian–there appears to be no nuance in what seems to … Continue reading
By John Stonestreet and Stan Guthrie If someone asked you whether we can really know who Jesus is and what He accomplished, could you give a convincing answer?
Those societies that define evil out of existence will see no end of it.
In the wake of the latest mass shooting, social media are again thick with outraged calls for a political solution–more gun control, a ban on assault weapons, etc. In essence, the gun-control advocates want us to trade at least some … Continue reading