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Review: Glenn Kaiser

September 25, 2018

About the time that my website went belly-up, I had just returned from seeing Glenn Kaiser in concert at a church in Modesto. I know Facebook gets a bad rap about conservative censorship, but thankfully Glenn is not on their radar (nor that he should be). I learned of the concert thru an ad on […]

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What We Do Here

September 24, 2018

Run to the Battle was a song by Steve Camp many years ago. To some extent, this is what we do here at Really Right. Martin Luther famously said: ‘If I profess with the loudest voice and clearest exposition every portion of the truth of God except precisely that little point which the world and […]

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Catholics Demand Pope Resign

September 1, 2018

The Catholic Church is suffering from a self-inflicted wound that it can’t cure. The peasants with pitchforks appear to have had enough. Here is one proposed solution. The sex abuse scandal and its cover-up within the Catholic Church require solutions that the institutional Church will be incapable of achieving on its own. But the more […]

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The Catholic Churches Issues Are Not New, They Never Ended

August 26, 2018

By Jake the Snake Blogger’s note: I am disguising my identity due to my standing in a group that aids and assists the Catholic Church where I worship on Sundays due to my status as the 3rd highest ranking officer. The opinions in this blog represent one man’s experience and opinions, not those of the […]

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Christian College Assault Continues

August 16, 2018

I told you this is coming and here it is. Canada is a few years ahead of California in its moral decline and attacks on Christianity—although we will pass them up soon. I have said that the moral stands of Christians will either have to be done away with or that Christian Colleges will not […]

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Tests Oaths on College Campus

August 10, 2018

In what is a natural step in the tyranny of diversity and intolerance, colleges are now requiring applicants to prove they are adherents to diversity and inclusion. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is rolling out a new policy to “require a diversity statement from candidates for all faculty and staff searches,” becoming the latest university […]

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Bath or Baptism?

June 23, 2018

As lamented in a previous blog, the daughter unit is persisting upon being re-baptized on Sunday. Frankly, I just don’t get it. To me it’s just more snowflake B.S. from a generation that is hell-bent on putting decorum, tradition, and once common sense in the rearview mirror. The daughter was baptized in the Methodist Church, […]

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Church Discipline: Good in Theory But…

May 7, 2018

Disclaimer #1 Generally speaking, this blog is about what I think and feel. It allows me to work out issues in my life and vent to the ether about things that I see going on around me. I do think that from time-to-time, other folks will agree with me. Disclaimer #2 The topic that I’m […]

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Judgement: Law v Spirit

May 4, 2018

Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment. —Jesus In our daily lives we use judgement all the time; in fact we couldn’t function at all without the ability. We would be immobile rocks without it. Sometimes we view it in terms of choices or preference or discrimination or options. Vanilla or chocolate, […]

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How Dare You Judge Me

May 3, 2018

In response to my recent post on youth fleeing the church Universal Trouble in American Churches I was contacted by someone that took offense at the examples that I used to illustrate youth not continuing with church attendance once they reach adulthood. Part of the response read, “How dare you sit on your high horse […]

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