Isn’t it good to avoid unnecessary debates and trivial issues? Yes! Absolutely… but politics, religion, and philosophy are not trivial or unnecessary.
I most certainly do believe that God is just and He wants justice carried out in any given society, but God would never condone for “equality” (as defined by our post-modern society) to be achieved through any means of prejudice or other wickedness that contradict the very heart of the Gospel.
While some may believe that it is better to have a busy life, I think it’s far better and more honorable to God to have a productive life.
I think it’s about time we stopped treating masculinity as an enemy for our post-modern civilization, and started realizing that it is a remedy for declining morality, unhappy women, and neglected children.
The future of America is not ultimately determined by a political figure or lawmaking, but through the sovereign will of Almighty God.
I am truly grateful that God has taught me the value of humiliation, desolation, and brokenness.
I specifically address one of the biggest ironies of feminism: the denial to take responsibility of the single most important trait of womanhood.
I think that it is important that every person retain some essence, and I believe it is important because Christ says it is important.
James Smetanin shares his thoughts on the upcoming G3 Conference 2018.