So death is not the minimal punishment for a homosexual. . . There are other alternatives.
A flaming hypocrite hectors the world with his self-righteous standard. Continue reading
“It is relevant to note that the religion page in our newspaper usually lists 45 to 50 churches. Some may share that pastor’s opinions, but do not challenge the community with them. To my knowledge, this is the only church provoking this kind of battle.” Continue reading
If we continue to grow and flourish and develop, it will have an impact on Moscow. It won’t be the nice, liberal hippie town it was 20 years ago.
Douglas Wilson (2002)
“Feasible means that it is possible to take.” —Douglas Wilson
Let their children be orphaned, cut off without a father. Let their wives be widows, and we pray that their children would be desolate, having to beg their bread in empty places. We pray that the extortioner would come back at them, catching them in their plots, and taking all that they have. May strangers and aliens pillage them and leave them with nothing. We pray that when this happens, and Your hand is evident, that no one would show mercy, and that no kindness would be extended to his fatherless children. Cut off his posterity; may his name and his line come to nothing. Recall how sinful his father was, and call up again the sins of his mother. May their sins come before Your throne continually so that their name may be blotted out, and remembered on the earth no more.
“Slave life was to them a life of plenty, of simple pleasures, of food, clothes, and good medical care.” —Douglas Wilson Continue reading
“Do you see a man wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him.” —Proverbs 26:12 Continue reading
But why do we want to account for complex postmodern realities? That is called missing the point, for there are no longer any points to miss. Right? Actually, underneath all the pomo jargonizing, there are a couple of non-negotiable points that they insist on us not missing, while pretending they are insisting on nothing whatever. One is that everybody must be able to get laid whenever and however they want, and the other is that they must be allowed to rail against power games while playing the ultimate power game themselves. The first item is the bait, and the second is the trap. The people doing this are really evil or really stupid.
Sinners want their words to be respected, while at the same time reserving their right to disrespect the words of others because, as we all know, ‘that’s different.’ They want their words respected, but if they deeply respect the words of others — particularly the words of those in authority over them — they cannot give free rein to their lusts in the way they would like. Depend upon it. When men start to interpret this way, it is because they want the authoritative word that comes to them to be a lot more flexible than before, and by this it turns out (surprise) that the seventh commandment is chiefly in view. Somebody apparently wants to get laid in ways contrary to the divine stone memo handed down at Sinai. And at the same time, expect that man’s own pronouncements about what other people are doing to become increasingly inflexible.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010 By Douglas Wilson
‘When men follow a teacher like Jezebel of Thyatira, they are doing so not because her doctrinal reasons are so compelling and her academic credentials so impressive, but rather because following her will greatly increase their chances of getting laid (Rev. 2:20). If a prophet comes prophesying wine and beer (Mich. 2:11), he is sure to get a following. And if it is a prophetess, declaring that love is grace and grace is sexy, then even better’ (Why Ministers Must Be Men, p. 23).
Lateral move. Despite the remodel, the building’s all-around purpose will remain unchanged. Continue reading