In what seems like a spiteful move aimed against Christians, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam spent Good Friday announcing he signed a bill to roll back many restrictions on abortions. As Christians prepared to celebrate Resurrection Day, Satan was up to his old tricks. Just as he tried to kill Jesus, he struck hard and fastContinue reading “Virginia Governor Northam’s Good Friday Curse”
Are Democrats secretly advancing a global government? By now most know Democrat Rep. James Clyburn told caucus members the Coronavirus bill was “a tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.” Does anyone know what the “Democrat vision” is? Clyburn’s comments preceded Nancy Pelosi’s controversial add-ons to the bill. Some of the add-ons includeContinue reading “Are Democrats Secretly Advancing a Global Government?”
“Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains,” said Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Like most of you, for the last several weeks I’ve felt somewhat chained at home. My frequent roaming habits have drastically changed. I spent January driving to and from the white, sugar-sand beaches and crystal-clear springs of Florida; now my travels consistContinue reading “Freedom from Our Chains”
“You ruined me. I don’t even want to go to school tomorrow.” I leaned forward, alarmed my words to my thirteen-year-old nephew might have been too frightening. “You just told me the world is going to end. We’re screwed!” I glanced at my sister-in-law, whose wide eyes, tight lips, and tilted head told me IContinue reading “I Ruined My Teen Nephew (And I’m Proud Of It)”
Doug Carter on pjnet.tv, March 2, 2020. In this episode we take a peek inside Plato’s Cave and discuss my latest blog post, Shadows of Reality. You’ll also find teasers about Pope Francis’ upcoming “New Humanism” summit and my upcoming book.
In Book 7 of Plato’s Republic, the old sage tells us to imagine people chained from childhood inside an underground den, or cave. They’re forced to face the walls so they cannot turn their heads. Behind them, a fire is burning to provide a dim light. Between the prisoners and the fire, objects pass alongContinue reading “Shadows of Reality”
Sometimes God sends us into uncomfortable places to bring back the lost. Will you go?
There are times when I crave solitude with God. If you’re reading this, I trust you know that feeling. Creating Solitude with God St. Anselm, the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093-1109, felt it too: “Come now, little man! flee for a while from your tasks, hide yourself for a little space from the turmoil ofContinue reading “Solitude with God”