Weekly Points To Ponder

Apr 25, 2014 — Leave a comment

Points To Ponder

I am going to start a weekly post on Fridays of some of the most interesting articles that I have seen over the past week. I may or may not agree with the article or everything in it but I have found it interesting enough to pass along to you. If you have an article that you would like to see on here, contact me and let me know.

Click on the article title to read the entire article.


The Shattering of Jars of Clay – Charisma News

Beginning on Tuesday, April 21st, Dan Haseltine, front-man for the popular Christian band Jars of Clay, took to Twitter to announce his apparent support for same-sex “marriage.” And for the life of him, he can’t figure out a single good reason to oppose it.

It is for reasons like this that we have been sounding the alarm these last 10 years.


Clemson coach Dabo Swinney responds to religion complaint – USA Today

Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney has responded to the letter of complaint the Freedom From Religion Foundation sent to the university on April 10 citing “constitutional concerns about how the public university’s football program is entangled with religion.”


Does Your iPhone Believe In God? – Huffington Post

My iPhone can do almost anything. But could it help me find God? An interview with Siri, the virtual assistant inside many Apple products, reveals that the spiritual teacher you’ve been looking for may have been in your pocket all along.


Is It Time to Remove ‘Under God’ From the Pledge of Allegiance? – The Blaze

Aside from prayer at government meetings — an issue TheBlaze has covered extensively – there are few First Amendment issues more contentious than the Pledge of Allegiance.

Atheist activists have long opposed the pledge, because reciting it allows for “God” to be invoked in public venues. But there’s another factor at play making the issue even more complex: that public schoolchildren are often the ones instructed to say it.

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