Exodus: Gods and Kings – A Review, by Dale Pugh

Dale Pugh graciously took a break from celebrating last night’s Heisman Award to write a review of the recently released “Exodus: Gods and Kings.” Thank you, Dale.”  Let me get this out of the way right up front:  Ridley Scott messes with Moses’ story in Exodus: Gods and Kings (EGK).  It seems almost inevitable that […]

US Senator: Wealthy musicians, athletes, clergy exploit tax loopholes to drive up rates for rest of us (William Thornton)

The SBC Plodder is back! What do Kanye West, Lady Gaga,  Hollywood superstars, and mega-paid athletes have in common with clergy? They are all targets of retiring Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn’s report on special tax breaks. There is a group of several hundred such breaks set to be extended by congress. While the housing allowance […]

Russell Moore, The Gospel of the Kingdom and Eric Garner (by William Dwight McKissic, Sr)

Pastor Dwight McKissic blogs at “Wm. Dwight McKissic, Sr: A New Blog for a Pneuma Time.”  Our nation is ill-at-ease. The number one item purchased on Black Friday was guns. Ebola, ISIS and terrorism are threatening us from afar. Questionable and controversial Grand Jury decisions have erupted into civil unrest within. Race-relations; family life; definition […]

What’s In a Name? (by Louis)

Louis has been a regular and respected commenter at this site.  November is the month that our church celebrates “Missions Month.” It is a great time of emphasis on international, domestic and local missions work. We highlight the work of the International Missions Board, other mission agencies, and local work. We hear testimonies from missionaries […]