Fear God, not man [I Peter 1]
Oh Sunday we went to Grace Bible Church. This is the “backup” congregation: the cburch I usually go to is 500m uphill and meets very early: Grace is 700m downhill and meets twice, with the second service at 11. One of the older elders was preaching. Not on this passage; on the death of Christ […] Read More
A time for disobedience.
Microregulation, like micromanagement, does not work. The service that completes the paperwork perfectly are not making anything or seeing anyone. The manager who regulates every aspect of their worker’s performance demotivates. In addition, the assumption that centralized regulators would have unique expertise has proven unfounded. Government bureaucracy is increasingly a kludgeocracy (a word coined by […] Read More
Not brute beasts
OK. Today I am going to put the application first, then the principle behind it, then the application. The ugliness of the feminist mind-frame towards cooking, cleaning, and caring for others is so profound that it is difficult to process. These women are so obsessed with not showing Christian love that they make it a […] Read More
Shitting in the well.
It’s fairly obvious to regular readers that I’m Presbyterian. The new logo comes from a Victorian Presbyterian Sunday School magazine, and I have reformed theology. I’m quite comfortable with the Scottish Book of Order. I love my church. But I also love Anglicanism. I worshiped with them for a while — they were the local […] Read More
Liberalism is dying. And that makes it dangerous.
I’ve been thinking about peak feminism and peak liberalism. Somewhat slowly: jetlag exists and resetting the body clock is harder when it is one degree… and you don’t want to get out. Today the Herald talks about the Anglicans having marriage ceremonies for gay couples. This is the high point of liberalism. Homosexuality, like polyamory, […] Read More