Horse Trading and the Way of the World
“I wouldn’t take nothin’ in the world for the experience I got tradin’ horses.” – Hob Duvall That wonderful series of books – the Foxfire
Google Eyes Small Business Needs
This is a bit different, as far as topics go, for this site, but my brainy partner Kit, who operates the online marketing firm Jemully
I’m Freakin’ Out! Or SOMEone is, at any rate!
Freaking out! There’s no other way to say it. And if you want to see why, just go to this blogpost by my bride and
New Milestone for this Website
Just noticed from my site metrics that this website should surpass the 25,000 mark for total pageviews – an event that should happen sometime Wednesday,
Glimpse into the Future
Last night, as Kit and I watched an episode of the original Star Trek, we encountered this scene of Doctor McCoy handing Spock what I
Brother, Have You Heard? A case of me telling you and you telling me what we each need to hear in the Age of Advocacy.
Advocacy is all about getting someone else to do it. We live in the age of advocacy. I was going through the drive-through lane at
What Does It Mean to “Take the Lord’s Name in Vain”?
Of all of God’s commandments, the one that—my guess here—gets broken more often, and more unconcernedly or unknowingly, than any other is the Third Commandment.
The Truth Always Divides
We live in an age when Bible doctrine has been all but chased from the assembly. Doctrine is out and ecumenism is in. The de-denominationalism
Where Golf Scores Are Settled
Some offbeat (my beat is not generally the golf beat) observations for an offbeat Monday. Just this morning I ran across a quotation I saved
Is it the Candidates or the Electorate?
As America becomes more and more ignorant and intellectually dim, the business of holding or obtaining high office or rule becomes more and more a
New Life and the “Old Man”
In baptism, does the “old man” come up out of the water? Is he washed off, raised up, and sent back out? Or is the
Demystifying the “Mystery”
When God purposed that the gospel “mystery” would be reserved for the Holy Spirit to reveal, it was not for the sake of the Holy
Stanley W. Paher: A Q-and-A
Author, publisher, and editor Stanley W. Paher (seen at left in above photo, alongside Edward Fudge), of Reno, Nev., is best known as the owner and
Nancy Pearcey: A Q&A
The author of Total Truth and Saving Leonardo shares her thoughts on the New Yorker’s controversial and disparaging profile of Michele Bachmann, a profile that (some
The New Yorker Takes Aim on Michele Bachmann, Nancy Pearcey, and Francis Schaeffer—and Misses
If Newsweek thought they had set the bar impossibly high for outré mockery of presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, they can think again. The once-redoubtable New
In Acts 2:36, we find Peter speaking these words: “Therefore let all the house of Israel know for certain that God has made Him both
The Ranch That Barbed Wire Built
Neighbor, it’s been a long time. The longest time, really, between issues to have intruded into the slightly-more-than-a-year that I’ve been e-publishing Something Solid. Thanks
The Godly Woman’s Guide
Terri Temple, award-winning magazine publisher and the author of 31 Days to a New You in Christ (Xulon Press: 2007), announced the release of her