I’m tired of our children being taught lies and propaganda by our society and its educators. It makes me sick when I hear about the high levels of despair, depression, and suicide among our youth. Cultural forces are indoctrinating our children to believe that they should be ashamed of our country’s past and that they should fear the future. Our children have their identities and destinies stolen from them by the misguided followers of those who seek to control them. If I believed what the younger generations are shamed and bullied into believing, then I would be depressed too.

An unknown author once said,  “Being taught to avoid talking about politics and religion has led to a lack of understanding of politics and religion. What we should have been taught was how to have a civil conversation about difficult topics.”  I agree with the author and contend that religion or lack thereof and politics are the most critical issues and must be discussed if a society seeks to be civil.

I created this website to give people a glimpse into what it means to me to have a Biblical or Christian Worldview and how that worldview impacts every area of my life, including my relationships, decision-making, and the people and ideas I support. Because my worldview differs from 80 to 90% of the mainstream media and the political left that espouse a secular humanist worldview –  what I consider to be true, my beliefs about the role of government in our society, and how we can best help and support our fellow citizens and the needy among us often differ as well.

On a deeper level, the origins of this website sprung from my desire to show my more liberal “Facebook friends” that the vicious caricature of a conservative as portrayed by the Democratic Party and the mainstream media is a false narrative of lies and deceptions designed to demonize their political opponents and empower the Democratic Party and it’s increasingly Marxist ideology.

I had no need or desire to be on social media until 2015 when I decided to leave my job as a Cardiovascular Technologist and become a real estate agent. You know those real estate agents, always marketing! At first, it was kind of nice to hear from some people from my distant past, but it did not take me long to find out that being a conservative meant that I was fair game for vicious insults and profanities from some people that had no idea who I was or why I believed the things that I did. Somehow many of them seemed to think that people chose conservatism because they were heartless bastards. They couldn’t fathom the idea that someone would choose conservatism because they thought it was a wiser and more compassionate way to run a society and government that helps people while at the same time allowing maximum liberty to all its citizens.

I tried to move many conversations to Messenger to keep their hatred and profanities from showing up on my homepage. But, I soon realized that many of them could not control their extreme hatred for conservatives and Christians who were unwilling to compromise their core beliefs. And, when I tried to use logic and reason to explain my positions on specific issues, it only caused them to become more enraged.  I have no problem when someone disagrees with my premises or my conclusions. But I don’t appreciate it when someone concludes that disagreement is a green light to attack my motives or character.

While I realize that some people might argue that social media is not the place for political posts or discussion, the extreme censorship and propaganda in news media create a vacuum for free speech and political discourse that social media can help fill. With the political divisions in the United States seeming to widen daily and true tolerance nearly obliterated in the marketplace of ideas, it is time to talk about politics and religion.

We all have a worldview or a lens through which we see and understand the world. Most worldviews start with how we believe we all got here in the first place. Is there a God? or did we evolve from an amoeba? The second building block for most people’s worldview is personal experiences, and then we keep adding the blocks until we have “our” worldview! Once our worldview is intact, we tend to favor and support political objectives and politicians that support our belief system.

Most of the information in our society is now filtered through the worldview of atheists.  Atheists think that you evolved from an ape; I believe that you were created in the image of God!

Not everyone that shares my Biblical worldview will agree with me on every issue. But the beauty of being able to think freely, reason, and express ideas are that we can all continue to learn, grow and come to some level of understanding with those that may not always share our view of the world.

And while not everyone that shares my worldview would agree with me on everything, we would agree that only a Biblical worldview answers life’s most important questions! Questions like:

  1. Origin & Identity: Where did I come from? Who am I?
  2. Meaning or Purpose: Why am I here? Or what is my purpose?
  3. Morality: How do I know what is right and wrong? Is anything right or wrong?
  4. Destiny: Where am I going? How does this end?

While I started this website to dispel the caricature of what it is to be a conservative or a conservative Christian in today’s America, my main concern has become what kind of country/world I will leave behind for my children and grandchildren. Many in our country have lost touch with reality and no longer believe in absolute truths. Failure to believe in absolutes can be dangerous, especially when it comes to morality. A country adrift with no moral anchor is capable of unimaginable evil. The communists of The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, China, and the Khmer Rouge of Cambodia come to mind and Nazi Germany.

In the fourteenth chapter of the Gospel of John, Jesus said, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” That verse has meant more to me with each passing year as we have witnessed the redefinition of words and institutions that have survived for centuries.

I believe we are a nation adrift because, as G.K. Chesterton said: “When men choose not to believe in God, they do not thereafter believe in nothing, they then become capable of believing in anything.” It is frightening to think of what some in the United States may choose to believe in next! We must anchor ourselves on the truth if we are to avoid shipwreck. I believe that Jesus is that truth on which the anchor holds.

My Blogs and Vlogs I base on my observation, research, and application of a Biblical worldview and Biblical precepts to the problems and issues of life. Amazingly the Bible is always relevant. Some of my vlogs will mirror my blogs; some may not.

My Biblical Worldview Page aims to present the Biblical worldview in an easy-to-understand and practical way. Having a Biblical worldview is not based on faith alone but on historical facts and the realization that the Bible provides wisdom and direction that can help us overcome life’s biggest challenges and answer life’s most important questions. It is a work in progress.

The focus of my Famous Quotes Page will be to shed light on America’s Godly Heritage, but I will also include some quotes as a warning to dangers and their consequences that come when we embrace bad ideas.

I will try to make my point and not offend but sometimes expressing opinions is by its very nature offensive.  I will tackle some tough subjects because I think truth matters and walking in the truth brings the joy and fulfillment that we all seek.

Accepting Jesus as my Savior and embracing a Biblical worldview has been the greatest source of joy, strength, and peace in my life. It is because of my relationship with Him that I refuse to be silent at such a time as this!