Tag Archives: compassion

Genesis, Chapter 26

Sins of the Father Once again famine strikes. Isaac must return to Gerar, and he realizes the promised land won’t be for him. Perhaps Esau, or his children. Isaac remembers the lie his father told to the new Abimelech’s father. He says, “Your Majesty, my house and I cannot thrive during a famine out there. […]

Genesis, Chapter 22

The Binding Abraham had been living well as the seasons passed. He became close to the Abimelech, swearing oaths of mutual trust of God, promising to be loyal through generations. Abraham wondered what sort of generations he would leave without a true-born heir. One night he had a dream. He walked over ground black as […]

Genesis, Chapter 20

Lies Against a New King After the destruction of the Cities of the Plain, the wrath spread across the land creating another famine. Sarah took her household and traveled to Gerar. She knew the Abimelech, the Philistine King, there was powerful, though not as powerful as Egypt’s Pharaoh, but Sarah dared not return and test […]

From Mike George of the Christian Left

“Do you think God supports Republicans wanting to starve millions of poor Americans to death?” – Mike George of The Christian Left. It’s an interesting question, Mike. For those just joining us, here’s what caused him to ask me this question: As everyone knows, asking me a question means you’re going to get a truthful […]

Genesis, Chapter 5

Generation Gaps Eve and Adam took turns trying to get power over the other, and since Adam got the upper hand more, he would tell anyone who would listen (which were many) and understand (which were few) that God clearly meant for man to rule. The first son also murdered the first daughter, so things […]

When Does Abortion Become Murder?

The Pennsylvania woman DID NOT flush her healthy baby down the toilet. She instead KILLS HER BABY by stashing the precious child in a toilet tank. Flushed was bad choice of words (I apologize), but the point of the post has not changed. What is sad is to see so many hung up on that […]

The Theft of Judgement

They’re about to do it again. I get it. They all want to feel special, and it’s easier to do by making rules to give themselves an advantage. Every animal does it as a matter of survival. This is prey. This is safe. This is dangerous. The apes became humanoid, competing for the same spaces. […]