Open letter to

Dear Airbnb,

As of November 1 (tomorrow), you are requiring that every member of the airbnb community agree to a “Community Commitment” that includes this wording:

I agree to treat everyone in the Airbnb community—regardless of their…sexual orientation…without judgment or bias.

Airbnb’s new nondiscrimination policy expands on this, stating that:

  • “Airbnb hosts may not…Decline a guest based on…sexual orientation…or marital status.”
  • “Airbnb hosts may not…Impose any different terms or conditions based on…sexual orientation…or marital status.”
  • “Airbnb hosts may not…make any statement that discourages or indicates a preference for or against any guest on account of…sexual orientation…or marital status.”

But God declares that homosexuals as well as fornicators will face His wrath if they do not repent… Continue reading

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Just like our father

Have you ever thought it unfair that our first father Adam should represent you? Have you ever thought, “What a rotten deal that Adam fell and I got smeared with the guilt of it too.”

Perhaps you have followed the logic one step farther: “If I had been the first man, I wouldn’t have sinned and ruined everything like Adam did.”

First of all, thank God that in God’s economy it’s possible for one man to represent another. Without that there would be no salvation, because none of us is able to pay for our own sins. We who confess our sins and trust the atoning blood of Jesus for our salvation go free because of His righteousness… Continue reading

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LifeSiteNews reports that the National Institute of Health (NIH) is considering national funding of research involving  chimeras — creatures created from parts of humans and parts of animals. While I don’t think there’s a moral problem with putting a human stomach in a pig, somewhere there is a boundary we must not cross… Continue reading

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Senator Cruz, please change your position on suicide

Sent to Senator Ted Cruz today, after this

Dear Senator Cruz,
I was disappointed to hear that you approve of allowing people to commit suicide. Suicide is an attack against God’s image in man, and the civil magistrate has a duty to preserve life. It is an abdication of that duty to allow suicides to proceed. Please retract your statement and purpose to use the executive power to oppose suicide, as you ought.

Daniel Meyer
Indianapolis, Indiana

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Not the kind of update you want…

A while back I did a Yahoo search for apostles creed and happened to notice this pop up among the results:


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My Soul Among Lions

A new musical group called My Soul Among Lions has been started by friends of mine in Bloomington, Indiana, and they are working on an ambitious project to set all 150 psalms to music. They have the first 10 ready to record and have created a kickstarter campaign to raise the funding to do that.

Here’s one of the songs:

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How does the moderator bring a proposal on a small church board?

Our church board has a custom that the pastor (who is the moderator of the elders board) may not make a motion. But recently he was assigned to do some work and bring back a proposal. The question came up how to properly accomplish that. Based on my research and checking with another church that operates similarly to ours, the answer is, when our moderator brings a proposal to the board it is up to one of the other elders to make a motion to take action on the proposal, as appropriate.

My research follows…
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