Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
This "woe" comes more to mind more with the disintegration of American culture. People are deceived and lack discernment or they outright lie. They really think evil is good and good is evil. They don't know better. Or they just call evil and good their reverse, knowing they're doing that, because they like what that does.
Driving home on highway 80 from San Francisco a few nights ago, a rotating billboard said, "OMG, OMG, OMG." Somebody wanted to use that for an advertisement, thought it would be good.
In 2007, Al Gore won a Nobel peace prize before predicting the arctic summer ice would disappear by 2013. There is more sea ice in 2013 than there was on this date in 2002.
We find that Matthew Shephard was killed in October 1998, not by two angry "homophobes," but by a same sex "lover" in a meth deal gone bad.
A security feature on facebook for "reporting" inappropriate or abusive material is used most for reporting righteous, true, and helpful material, while the inappropriate or abusive or disgusting material stays up. When you don't like the Bible, just report it at facebook. They might take that seriously.
D. A. Carson writes that God supports and desires ecumenism. He takes a winding and contorted path, forcing John 17 to get there, but he arrives.
Christian rock was actually a blessing and a benefit that most Christians didn't know and many still don't.
7000 may not have bowed the knee to Baal, but you know times are tough when people feel sorry for a hypothetical girl in a made-up parable, because she might have to dress modest.
Rachel Held Evans and then many others in evangelicalism celebrate the woman as breadwinner.