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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Abortion

By Daniel Shultz        
         Abortion is a blight on society. It is our celebrated national holocaust in which we as a culture revel in our sinful rebellion against the Image of God in our fellow human beings. This rebellion, done in the name of convenience, is nothing more than paganism by a God-hating, self-loathing, creatures who refuse to acknowledge their status as created beings subject to the laws of their creator. It is a sickening kind of moral degeneration that has lead to the mass slaughter of children, nearing 60 million, making the ancient Canaanites sacrificing children to Moloch look like Tolstoyan pacifists in comparison.  As a culture we have declared war on our own progeny.

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Cross Section Ep. 5



This episode is dedicated to a good friend of mine @RegReformedGuys you can check out his podcast here: http://www.regularreformed.com.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Cross Section Episode 1

This is the first in what I hope will become a bimonthly podcast. (Or more frequently if it becomes successful.) Each podcast will be a short devotional usually around 5 minutes or less, in which I will discuss various topics that pertain to Christian life, while relating those topics to the central focus of Christianity, chiefly Christ and his work on the cross. If this podcast is helpful to you please share it as widely as possible. The wonderful instrumental rendition of Before the Throne of God Above used as the intro music was arranged and performed by my lovely wife Richelle.

Remember, Remember the 4th Thursday of November.

Remember, Remember the 4th Thursday of November.
By Daniel Shultz

            As we feast on turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and sweet potatoes; as we sit down to watch the Lion and Cowboys lose and the Packers win; as we spend time with our families watching parades and reminiscing let us actually take time to honor the real meaning and purpose of a national day set aside for Thanksgiving. This Thankfulness should be directed toward God.  As the purpose of giving thanks is not merely a secular appreciation to one’s family but instead is an intrinsically religious action. Nothing in life is separated from the religious. For the Christian we should recognize that everything we do must be impacted and affected by our faith.