Post-Reformation Christians, even where we disagree, will always be closer to one another overall, due to certain shared presuppositions, than to those who adhere to pre-Reformation traditions.
If your church’s sanctuary doesn’t have a cross, then I don’t have any interest in your opinions.
Christianity is, in fact, a religion.
That which advances the Church is good; that which hinders the Church’s enemies is good.
Hypocrisy is not a consideration.
If you disagree with anything I say, I assure you: It’s because you’re wrong.
I am the litmus test.
(Let the reader understand.)
Being single after about thirty is an odious evil.
You cannot be a Christian and a Zionist— one or the other will eventually prevail.
Libertarians are disgusting.
The human sense of disgust is invaluable — put more trust in it.