So I have spent a month establishing the pattern from 1933: when the going gets tough, BJU adds more deflecting glitter to their Show Window. But BJU didn’t just try this hard-sell, diversionary tactic 80 years ago. They did it on Larry
This would be Ted Mercer’s final post to his blog (if he had one in the 1950s). But, of course, the story continues without him. In his final “post,” Mercer is plainly exasperated. Bob Jones Sr. has called him more
Cynicism is a sin. Because it’s refusing to see God at work. A cynic hears a baby crying and is incensed. A believer hears the same cry and thanks God for a providentially-created clear expression of an unmet need. A
Destroying Your Life From Within 1-3 And a final word to you arrogant rich: Take some lessons in lament. You’ll need buckets for the tears when the crash comes upon you. Your money is corrupt and your fine clothes stink.