The Johnson Amendment, enacted in 1954 and named for then-Senator Lyndon B. Johnson who proposed it, unconstitutional as it may be, is nevertheless mis-understood by many pastors today, leading to … Continue reading "Pastors Navigating “The Wall;” impact of the “Johnson Amendment.”"
This Renewing the Mind course is online every Thursday from January 12 – March 16, 2023 from 3:00 - 4:30 EST. Renewing the Mind for Teaching and Learning is a study … Continue reading "Renewing the Mind for Teaching and Learning Online Course"
At Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination hearing for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, Senator Diane Feinstein remarked: “The dogma lives loudly in you,” referring to Barrett’s Catholic faith. When … Continue reading "Check Your Faith at the Door?"
This teaching examines the issue of “neutrality” in education. Many believe that subjects taught in public schools: ex: math, history, science, and English, are “neutral,” having nothing to do with … Continue reading "Education is inherently religious, are Public Schools violating the “Wall?”"
The “Wall” of separation has stifled dissent in the public square. Americans are afraid of losing friends, offending their media “followers,” or even severing ties with relatives. Yet conversations about … Continue reading "Don’t Talk About Politics and Religion! "
Our Founding Fathers wisely gave us the First Amendment, guaranteeing among other things, the freedom to worship as we choose. What exactly does this freedom in entail? There are those … Continue reading "The War Against Christianity; Freedom of Religion or Freedom from Religion?"
Jurisdiction is defined as the lawful use of lawful authority. Our Constitution set forth the structure for limited government with most authority being retained by individuals, families, churches and voluntary … Continue reading "Stay in Your Lane! It’s a Matter of Jurisdiction"