Laws have been drafted to defend sexual orientation rights and they are poisonous. Read the rest of this entry »
“In rock music, especially in the performance arena, there is no room for prayer, but I think that so many of the songs people write are prayers. A lot of my songs seem to be prayers for unity within myself. On a personal level, I have an undying belief in God’s existence. For me it is unquestionable.
Looking at what I have done in my life, in retrospect so much of what I thought was adventurism was searching for my tenuous connection with God. I was always investigating, always looking into why religions worked and what it was people found in them…”
– David Bowie, Arena Magazine #39 (Spring / Summer 1993)
At every single twist and turn, Obama and his administration has used almost every tragedy to either further restrict the rights and freedoms of law-abiding US citizens or to undermine Christianity.
Sorry about the prolonged absence of new cartoons. After 5 years and over 150 of ’em, I went into creative exile and focused my attention and skills elsewhere.
Now that that has passed, I’m looking forward to making more NAA cartoons.
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Dear American Church,
Our dear brothers and sisters in Guatamala didn’t cower to the government, scared of losing their tax-free status. They sought a Christian leader through prayer, even going so far as to invite him into their ranks to discuss and debate political issues. In the end, they Read the rest of this entry »
If you’ve been reading the comics and commentary here at NAA, you’ll know I’m an unabashed creationist. (Yeah, I just said that out loud.) But not just a creationist — I’m one of those YECs — a Young Earth Creationist that the atheists and progressives love to loathe.
Now, there seems to be a sect of Christianity who, in an attempt to appear more “scientific” or “rational” or just “cool”, treat we creationists with utter contempt. They usually call themselves OEC — or Old Earth Creationists. To witness the contempt with which we’re held, go to any Old Earth creationist forum or blog. Authors of such sites often, though not always, treat atheists with more kindness and Christian love than we YECs. We’re seen like an unsightly zit on the face of Christianity. And OECs even say that our positions and presuppositions harm the faith and prevent people from coming to Jesus (!).
So imagine the pleasure I had in interviewing one of the most slandered and hated creationists in the world… Read the rest of this entry »
The Church is supposed to influence the culture, not the other way around. And clever leaders of the past understood this power that the Church possesses. So, in order to bind Its power and influence, the government, like the Greeks of old, decided to give the Church a nice, big (and free!) gift: a horse called 501(c)(3).
“…it may not attempt to influence legislation as a substantial part of its activities and it may not participate in any campaign activity for or against political candidates.”
Yet CAIR (Center for American Islamic Relations), also a 501(c)(3) organization, stands up and demands that Dr. Ben Carson withdraw from the presidential race after exercising his first amendment rights — without consequence or penalty!
O Church! How long will you sit by, polishing and proud of your status, while the Obama administration, under the leadership of a narcissistic, anti-Christian man named Obama sets the Constitution alight, defends Islam at every turn, and continues to enable those groups that want nothing more than to wipe Christianity from the face of the Earth?
You say nothing, thinking that being a good boy will mean you and your flocks will be spared. You are decieved!
Staying out of politics is not following “a higher calling”. Staying out of politics is staying out of your calling to be a loud, clear voice of conscience in a culture that needs you.
Wake up. Stand up. Say something.
New film from Darren Doane documenting the death of free speech