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Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

With the great influx of immigrants from predominantly Muslim countries, people often ask the question, “Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?”  Listening to the President, one would assume ‘yes.’

On February 3rd, the President took the podium at the Islamic Society of Baltimore.  During his speech, he insinuated there are no differences between a mosque, church and a synagogue, pointing out all are places of worship.  Concerning humanity he claimed,

“We’re all God’s children.”

And to close his historic speech, he quoted a Muslim American who commented about the act of terror perpetrated in Chattanooga by an Islamic extremist,

“in the name of God, the God of Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammed, God bless our fallen heroes.”

Either the President purposely disregards the clear teachings of his professed Christianity, or he’s lumping all religions together, in hopes to create a more cohesive bond between all faith groups.   At this point, it’s hard to identify his intentions, although his propensity to shelter Islam from vitriol tends to reveal where his true sympathies lie.

So, do Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Let’s take a moment to identify key doctrinal teachings between the two faith systems.

  1. Muslims reject Jesus as the Christ and God in the flesh, claiming Jesus was just a prophet.
  2. Muslims reject the idea that God has a Son.
  3. Muslims reject the teaching that Jesus died on a cross and rose again. They teach Judas was crucified in Jesus’ place, and Jesus was taken up to Heaven without dying.
  4. Muslims deny the teaching of a Triune God (the Trinity)


Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Absolutely not!  To teach and or insinuate otherwise destines the listener to an eternity separated from God in a place the Bible identifies as Hell.  In our Country’s push to adopt political correctness in every situation, we must never allow PC to shame us in to NOT sharing the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.   We must be ready to tell all about this unspeakable gift of grace.  The souls of humanity depend upon it.

Obama’s Mosque-ing the Truth About Islam

When I heard of the President’s plan to visit a mosque, I half-expected him to submit his resume’ to serve as Imam, post White House duties, of course.   All joking aside, I wasn’t surprised about his visit of goodwill.  Throughout his entire Presidency, Obama has sided with Muslims and refused to identify terrorists as radical proponents of Islam.  Of course, members of the mosque warmly welcomed the President and his message.  Sadly, his remarks failed to truly convey the impact of Mohammed and his teachings upon the United States of America.

The President spoke at the Islamic Society of North America, a mosque with a sordid history and with ties to terrorism.  Terrorism expert Steve Emerson informed the President of the religious institution’s ties to terror.   Knowing of the ties to radical jihad and policies befitting terrorist organizations, the President chose to attend the event regardless of the mosque’s practices.  Emerson said,

“As he has done so many times in the past, he decided to ignore this evidence and still continue his plans to confer legitimacy on a mosque that has a history of having officials making outrageously pro-terrorist statements that would seem to conflict with the president’s policies.”

The President instructed the audience in Islamic History, claiming Islam has always been a part of America because it was practiced by slaves.  He failed to cite America’s problems with Islam from its very founding.  In the 1780’s, Americans faced a hostage crisis.  Many Americans aboard cargo ships fell prey to the piracy of Somalis.  The pirates sailing off the coasts of North Africa only released the Americans once a ransom was paid.   Finally in 1786, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams met with Tripoli’s ambassador to Great Britain.  They asked the diplomat why the Muslims treated the Americans with such animosity and disdain.  He answered in this way,

Islam was founded on the Laws of their Prophet, that it was written in their Qur’an, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as Prisoners, and that every Musselman (Muslim) who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.”

Until Jefferson assumed the Presidency in 1801, America continued to fork over ransoms to free American traders.  At this time, the leader of Tripoli demanded Jefferson pay an upfront sum of $225,000 and then $25,000 per year thereafter.  When Jefferson refused, the leader of Tripoli declared war on the United States.  Several Islamic nations followed suit.

Though Jefferson initially opposed raising a Navy, he did so anyway to combat the Muslims of the Barbary Coast.  When Algiers and Tunis noted the Americans determination to fight, they fled, abandoning Tripoli to fight its own battle.  The United States of America won the war.

Yes, the President’s right.  From America’s inception, the Muslims have contributed much, including providing the impetus for the United States to develop the grandest Navy in the world.

But what about now?  Have things changed?  In recent months, terrorist attacks around the globe have precipitated a greater scrutiny on the rise of Islamic terror.   And though the Obama Administration shies away from identifying the ideology perpetuating these gruesome attacks, everyone knows Islam is the common thread.

After reading through the President’s speech, I found the following segment to be most disconcerting,

“Muslim-Americans keep us safe.  They are our police.  They are our firefighters.  They’re in [the Department of] Homeland Security.”

Granted, I don’t see a radical jihadist under every hijab or burqa, but one won’t find a Lutheran or a Southern Baptist yelling “Allahu Akbar” before spraying a public facility with bullets either.

The President blamed Republicans for perpetuating a culture of mistrust against Muslim Americans, saying,

“..those kinds of cynical political tactics run directly contrary to the values that we hold dear in this country.”

In other words, instead of monitoring the activities of potential Muslims, he would prefer we stick our head in the sand…or at least so it seems.

Obviously, the President has forgotten the key phrase from the Marin Corps Hymn,

“From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli.”

For America to forge ahead as the greatest nation of the world, we must combat Islamic terror in the countries responsible for bolstering the likes of ISIS or Al Quaeda.  The numeric rise in proselytes to radical jihad boggles the mind and raises concerns about Syrian refugees migrating to America.  Sure, America’s label of the “great melting pot” continues to exist, but if we don’t properly comb through each individual’s background, “refugees” hell-bent on destroying America will be bringing war and devastation to the shores of America.

Those genuinely seeking asylum from cruel regimes or escaping persecution are welcomed (with vetting of course.)  However, for those with ties to terrorist organizations or with questionable backgrounds need to be incarcerated or shipped abroad.  Let’s keep the radicals in Tripoli.


Is Donald Trump an Evangelical Christian?

Currently, it appears the possibility of derailing the Trump Train is slim to none. Though Ted Cruz is waging a valiant effort, his polling numbers fall short of overtaking the brash Republican frontrunner. The most surprising aspect of Trump’s meteoric rise is his popularity among evangelical Christians.  Almost a third of people claiming to be born again have tossed their support behind a candidate whose faith journey is questionable at best.

Trump’s flirtation with personal scandals and profiting from seedy businesses are well documented. Trump has raked in money off of strip clubs, cheated on his wives, and appeared on the 1990 cover of Playboy magazine.  In his book “Art of the Deal,” he boasts about bedding other men’s wives. He wrote,

“If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happy and married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best seller.”

The biggest head scratcher of all is the Trump endorsement by Liberty University President, Jerry Falwell, Jr.  Liberty is arguably the most conservative institution of higher learning in America, and when news outlets broadcast Falwell’s coveted backing, other Christian leaders expressed their concern. One of those was Southern Baptist Convention President, Russell Moore.  Moore reminded Falwell, Jr. of the 1998 “Resolution on Moral Character of Public Officials” as passed by the Southern Baptist Convention. The resolution reads,

“[We] urge all Americans to embrace and act on the conviction that character does count in public office, and to elect those officials and candidates who, although imperfect, demonstrate consistent honesty, moral purity and the highest character.”

In the book of I Samuel we find the verse,

“Man sees the outward appearance, God sees the heart.”

In other words, no one has the right to make a final determination on Mr. Trump’s Christianity. However, one statement of Trump’s is quite disconcerting for those who truly are “born again.” In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Trump said,

“Why do I have to repent or ask for forgiveness, if I am not making mistakes? I work hard, I’m an honorable person.”

Honorable? Really?

Concerning Trump’s past money making ventures off of the exploitation of women and infidelities, Collin Hanna, president of Let Freedom Ring USA, said the following,

“It gets at the very matter of character, of sin, of forgiveness. A mature conservative Evangelical Christian should not hold sin against someone, but unconfessed sin should be a problem, a theological problem. And unadmitted sin is sort of a step beyond unconfessed sin, isn’t it?”

Trump’s boasts about cheating on his wife and sleeping with the wives of powerful men is far from a contrite heart.

Far be it from me or any other Christian to pass final judgment on Donald Trump. That role is reserved for God and God alone. However, the Bible states,

“…by their fruits you will know them.”

His checkered past fails to model the life of a follower of Christ, and Trump admits leaving God out of the equation when he makes a mistake. Trump had this to say when questioned about repenting of sin:

“I am not sure I have (asked God for forgiveness). I just go on and try to do a better job from there. I think if I do something wrong, I think, I just try and make it right. I don’t bring God into that picture. I don’t.”

So, if a Conservative Christian tops your Presidential “must haves” there are certainly better choices (Cruz, Rubio, Huckabee). Several of the Republican hopefuls have strong Christian testimonies. Donald Trump? Not so much. Sure, America’s not electing a Pastor, but even the forefathers understood Christian principles were the driving force behind America’s greatness. Trump claims he wants to “Make America Great Again.” No one faults him for this motto as the last seven years have devastated our Country. However, for America to become great again, we need a leader that walks humbly before his/her God. Based upon his past and his prideful ramblings from lecterns across the United States, Donald Trump may not be the candidate qualified to meet this criteria.


Book Review: The Feathered Bone by Julie Cantrell

Honestly, I chose “The Feathered Bone” because it was one of the choices that was still offered as a “real life, hold in my hand, tangible” book. After reading through the first few pages, I wondered if I would like this story because I felt that the author’s descriptions of the surroundings and goings-on bogged down the tale. But, I muscled through. And I am glad I did.
“The Feathered Bone” addresses a few of the tragic issues facing our Country today. One of those is the atrocity of human trafficking. The author weaves together a story that prompts the reader to sit on the edge of his seat. But, it’s not a story for the faint of heart.
The horror of human trafficking coupled with an unexpected tragedy, brought tears to my eyes. In fact, at one point I laid the book aside to pick up a few groceries at the store. As I pushed the cart up and down the aisles, I hoped the scene I left was only a horrific nightmare. Yes, the author did that good of story telling to draw me in.
I look forward to reading other books by Julie Cantrell.

Receiving Free Christian Books (Yes, Really Free)

I guess you can call me “old school.”

Many people download books to their Kindles or other electronic devices and enjoy reading the “pages” off of a screen.  Not me.  I love to read books the old fashioned way, turning the pages of a published work.  Sadly I imagine, at some point in the future, books will no longer be published and the only available means of reading a book will be to download it from Amazon. But the good news is, that’s not today.

My family home schools, and I know how home school families love books. A few weeks ago I stumbled across a way to “earn” free books from Tyndale Publishing.  It can be found on  If you sign up there (free),the company offers differing ways to earn points, and points lead to free books. I’ve earned two already and a third is just a few more points away. And the great news is that these books are shipped freely as well. I haven’t explored the site enough to know how many books are geared towards kids and teenagers, but I do know they have several selections that would interest Moms and Dads. One of the ways to earn points is to refer people to the site…so, if this piques your curiosity, check it out. Feel free to ask questions!

Here’s my referral link:  If you sign up to receive free Christian books using my link, I get ten points and you get 25!  So, what are you waiting for?  Sign up for free books!

Outlawing Biblical Values? It’s Coming!

The erosion of the rights of Believers continues at a dizzying pace. A landmark decision in Massachusetts now sets the stage for a continued attack upon those espousing Conservative Christian values. A Catholic preparatory school for girls, whose mission is

“the education of young women rooted in gospel values and the teachings of the Catholic Church,”

is learning this lesson the hard way.

In 2013, the Fontbonne Academy sought to hire a food services director and offered the job to applicant Matthew Barrett. During the interview process, Mr. Barrett was told that all school employees were expected to model Catholic teachings and values. Mr. Barrett responded his willingness and ability to abide by the school’s standards. The school extended the offer of employment and he accepted.

A few days later, that offer of employment was rescinded. On his new employee form, Mr. Barrett listed his husband as an emergency contact. The school responded swiftly, informing him that they could hire someone in a same-sex marriage because that type of relationship isn’t consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church. This marriage failed to meet the criteria of living up to and upholding the teachings and values of Catholic and Bible doctrine.

Matthew Barrett filed a lawsuit against the Academy, challenging the school’s policy. In December of 2015, a judge ruled in favor of Mr. Barrett, stating the school had acted contrary to Massachusetts law by discriminating against Matthew Barrett based on his sexual orientation. The judge argued that since the school accepts students of all faiths and because a food service director does not meet the criteria of a “minister of the Gospel,” the school does not qualify for a religious exemption.

The judge failed to take into consideration that the Catholic Church has always opposed same sex marriage and that the Academy’s hiring agreement clearly stated all employees were expected to support and model Catholic teachings. This ruling punished a religious school for hiring someone living a lifestyle expressly considered as sinful both in Catholic teachings and in the Word of God. Sadly, the judge ignored the specific exception under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:

“Religious Organization Exception: Under Title VII, religious organizations are permitted to give employment preference to members of their own religion. The exception applies only to those institutions whose “purpose and character are primarily religious.” Factors to consider that would indicate whether an entity is religious include: whether its articles of incorporation state a religious purpose; whether its day-to-day operations are religious (e.g., are the services the entity performs, the product it produces, or the educational curriculum it provides directed toward propagation of the religion?); whether it is not-for-profit; and whether it affiliated with, or supported by, a church or other religious organization.
This exception is not limited to religious activities of the organization. However, it only allows religious organizations to prefer to employ individuals who share their religion.” (Emphasis mine.)

Webster’s defines religion as,

“a personal set or institutionalized system of religious attitudes, beliefs, and practices.”

In ruling against the Academy, the judge ignored the religious institution’s right to hire individuals of like faith and practice. Of course, people warned of this government overreach and outcome prior to the Supreme Court legalizing gay marriage in 2015. Now, those staunchly opposed to redefining the marital relationship instituted by God, find themselves in the cross hairs of a culture adamantly opposed to all things Christian.
The fate of Christianity and Conservatism hinges not on the outcome of the 2016 election cycle. (Although, we definitely need to elect an individual that embraces Christian values and American Exceptionalism.) No, the future of this great nation depends upon Christians fervently practicing the following:

1. Humbly repenting of sin (II Chronicles 7:14)
2. Seeking God (II Chronicles 7:14)
3. Praying for our Country and for God’s Spirit to move mightily (II Chronicles 7:14, I Thess. 5:17)
4. Being Salt and Light (Matthew 5:13-16)


If we faithfully adhere to God and His Word, He pledges to

“hear from Heaven, forgive our sins and heal our land.”

If we as a Country ignore Him, boo Him, or flatly deny His existence, then future generations might read of America as only an asterisk in the history books of the world. Our children and children’s children deserve a better outcome. I’m praying for a better outcome.

Will you?

Book Review: The Mountain Midwife by Laurie Alice Eakes

When I chose to review “The Mountain Midwife,” I did so for two reasons.  It was one of the only books that I could actually get in a hard copy and I thought after I read this book, my wife might enjoy it as well.  I opened this novel fully expecting it to be a boring chick read, but instead, I was pleasantly surprised.

Ashley Tolliver is a highly educated mountain midwife, carrying on the family tradition established almost two hundred years prior.  Accustomed to catching babies of the poorest of the poor and those with great wealth, Tolliver looks past the socioeconomic backgrounds of the women and serves each woman with genuine care and respect.  Though she loves delivering babies, Tolliver plans to leave the Appalachian Mountains and earn a doctor’s degree in medicine.

Enter Hunter McDermott.  One day he receives a strange call, the voice on the other end suggesting the woman he grew up calling “mom” was not his birth mother.  McDermott finds himself chasing clues in the Appalachian Mountains, enlisting the help of Ms. Ashley Tolliver.

Author Laurie Alice Eakes weaves in just enough intrigue and mystery to make this a read that I would recommend to female and male readers.  I give this book two thumbs up!

Are You Distracted?

As a child, I heard adults say on many occasions that time seems to fly by faster as one ages.  Honestly, I never knew the reality of that statement until becoming an adult.  It does seem each year passes by at a faster clip.  Here we sit on the eve of 2016 and I’m just now used to writing ‘2015’ on my personal checks.  Maybe the days speed by in a blur because of our hectic schedules and varied obligations.  We run here, race there, barely finding time to breathe.  Careers monopolize much of our time with the other waking hours spent shuttling kids to basketball games, theater practice, or church activities.  Seldom do we simply pause and consider the most important things of life.

There’s a story found in the Gospels addressing the importance of this ‘pause.’  Mary and Martha find themselves in the position of hosting Jesus and the Disciples.  Martha immediately concerns herself with preparing a meal for thirteen men.  I can see Martha rummaging through the cupboards, pulling ingredients, cooking utensils and slipping on an apron.  As she organizes her thoughts, she realizes her sister hasn’t joined her in the kitchen.  I see her peeking into the living room, hoping to lock eyes with Mary.  When Mary ignores her sister’s laser like glare, I see Martha banging pots together and clearing her throat in an abnormally loud manner.  When all efforts to draw Mary’s attention fail, she takes her complaint to the Master.

“Lord, don’t you care that my sister has left me to do the work by myself? Tell her to help me!”

Martha assumes Jesus will side with her, sending Mary to help shoulder the work of meal preparation.  I see Martha crossing her arms with a smirk as she readies for Jesus gentle reprimand of her slacking sister.  However, Jesus responds in a manner completely unexpected.

“Martha, Martha, you are worried and upset  about many things, but only one thing is needed.  Mary has chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from her.”

What had Mary chosen? To sit at the feet of Jesus.

The chore of fixing a meal distracted Martha from sitting at the Teacher’s feet.  In two thousand years, not much has changed.  We live in a society full of distractions.  News agencies seldom focus on the real issues, magnifying minor stories to protect their political ideologies.  For those unwilling to investigate for themselves, the journalistic “sleight of hand” keeps the masses uninformed.  This strategy bodes well for ideologues weaving webs of destruction to topple American Exceptionalism.  But there’s even a greater problem.  Christians.  Yes, Christians.

For years, followers of Christ have chosen to sit quietly on the sidelines watching America’s harrowing ride to “hell in a hand basket.”  Christians remained silent when one loud and overbearing atheist complained about prayer in schools.  When Roe versus Wade was argued at the Supreme Court, Christians largely held their tongues disbelieving a refined society would be allowed to legally destroy the life of an unwanted child.  And now, decades later, when Christians voice concerns, their views are largely ignored or dismissed as being intolerant.  And why?  Because only a small percentage of Christians choose to speak up.  Many Christians continue to believe a polite society avoids religious and political topics.  Based upon the current political and ideological climate of our Country, maybe that old philosophy needs to be tossed aside.

If we truly care about the future of our children and grandchildren we must take those truths we learn at the feet of Jesus and implement them in the world around us.  Remember, Jesus informed His disciples to

“Render to Caesar the things that are Caesars and to God the thing that our God’s.”

This holds true provided Caesar’s edicts steer clear of conflicting with the Law of God.  When the Government enacts laws failing to honor Biblical truths, we must stand firm on the Word of God.  We must remove the self-imposed muzzle from our mouths and make our voices heard.  That’s my intent as we embark upon another new year.

As for me and my House, we will serve the Lord.









A Magical Land of Free Abortions

babyinwomb  A few mornings ago, I visited a family at the hospital. As we discussed their loved ones serious condition, at one point, lilting chimes played a sweet lullaby over the public address system. We paused our conversation, and one noted,

“Ohhh, how sweet.  A baby was born.”

For a brief moment, the burden of a loved one recovering from a serious injury was interrupted by the welcomed announcement of a baby’s birth. For whatever reason, my mind transported back 2000 years to the Judean hills just outside Bethlehem.

The Bible records in Luke 2, the most important birth announcement in world history.  Instead of chimes and a soothing lullaby, an angelic choir shattered the silent night with a glorious choral arrangement. The shepherds quaked in fear as the angels announced the Messiah’s arrival.  After the multitude of heavenly beings disappeared into the heavenly realms, the shepherds followed the angel’s instructions, and hurried to find a

“babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.”

They found the newborn and his adolescent parents huddled together in a musty, dank, smelly stable. Undeterred or confused by this little one’s lowly beginnings, the shepherds left holy ground, serving as the first evangelists to point people to Christ.

Two Sundays ago, a church member sang “A Baby Changes Everything,” in our worship service on Sunday. The song shares the point of view of both Mary and Joseph and their handling of a newborn child. Adding a newborn to the household is a game changer. My wife and I have six children and every time we’ve brought a baby home, the household routine takes a back seat to the infant’s schedule…or lack thereof. But would we have it any other way? Absolutely not! However, there are those who believe the disruption isn’t worth it and opt out of a perfectly viable pregnancy via abortion.

The abortion giant Planned Parenthood has garnered much attention as of late in regards to their handling of the remains of aborted babies. Undercover investigative journalists uncovered unethical practices at several differing clinics across America. It seems that this entity would strive to keep its nose clean to allow the outrage of Conservatives to cool. However, a recent Tweet confirms that the abortion leader feels little remorse about their deviant practices. Someone from Planned Parenthood actually tweeted the following:

“Imagine ‘life in a magical land where abortions and birth control are free and plentiful’ This place exists.”

I’m guessing the place is hell.

In actuality, we should imagine a land where every life conceived is given every opportunity to enter the world and be cherished and loved. Instead, many view the fetus as a burden or compare the unborn child to a tumor or clump of cells, disregarding that God considers the child a masterpiece of His own design.

I can imagine a magical land where abortions and birth control are free and plentiful. In fact, we’re living in that Country now. Okay, so abortions might not be free, but aren’t they plentiful? Does 1,000,000 abortions per year sound like a paltry sum? Should we strive for more? Maybe Planned Parenthood could host a telethon in the same vein as the MDA televised specials of old.  Every time another baby dies, they add a number to the electronic numbers board. Let’s shoot for the moon! And birth control? Most pills cost a mere pittance and there’s still the option of a truck stop bathroom.  And for those who really are desperate for free abortions, let me warn you, free doesn’t mean cheap. It’s costing the collective soul of the United States of America.

This Christmas season, let’s cherish life and celebrate the greatest gift of all. We all should drop to our knees and thank God Mary didn’t visit a Planned Parenthood.

Book Review: The Very First Christmas by Jan and Mike Berenstain

Mike and Jan Berenstain hit a home run with the Berenstain Bears “The Very First Christmas.”  This was the first time I chose to read and review a children’s book, but with six kids, who could ask for a better critic.

As soon as I ripped open the envelope, both of my little girls grabbed for the book.  My seven year old and 2 year old are ardent fans of the Berenstain Bears.  I happened to arrive home in time for the youngest one’s nap, so we cuddled up together and I read the book.

Honestly, I was pleasantly surprised by the book’s content.  I’ve noted in other Berenstain stories that the books teach a moral lesson, but I didn’t expect this book to be so Biblical in nature.  In a culture where some wage war on Christmas, booting nativities from the public square, “The Very First Christmas” teaches the true meaning of Christmas in a manner making any Christian parent proud to read it to their children.

I was especially impressed that the authors didn’t lump the Wisemen with the Shepherds at the manger scene.  In “The Very First Christmas” the Wisemen deliver their precious gifts to Jesus at the house where he and his family lived.

I would recommend this book to any parent wanting to share the true meaning of Christmas!

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