This is one of the most exciting thing I’ve read in politics this year: South Carolina has introduced a bill to nullify gun registration. If this bill gets passed, this will be the most exciting thing in politics this year. Get the scoop at Campaign for Liberty: http://campaignforliberty.com/article.php?view=591.
In local news, the sun is shining (temp was 22F earlier), Matthew is out working on expanding his hoop greenhouse, Mom’s birthday is on Wednesday (celebration to be held from Tomorrow [cake and steak] through whenever the presents arrive), and I’m working on a website for the local CEF chapter.
In blogging news, I’m mulling over a post on Bible translation and representative theology, but as I don’t have anything committed to paper yet, there are no guarantees. This morning, I was reading Malachi. As it seems to really apply to our current national situation, I’m also (very) tentatively considering doing a mini-series on that book. What do you think?
“Then those who feared the LORD talked with each other, and the LORD listened and heard. A scroll of remembrance was written in his presence concerning those who feared the LORD and honored his name. “They will be mine,” says the LORD Almighty, “in the day when I make up my treasured possession. I will spare them, just as in compassion a man spares his son who serves him. And you will again see the distinction between the righteous and the wicked, between those who serve God and those who do not.” – Malachi 3:16-18
“See, I will send you the prophet Elijah before that great and dreadful day of the LORD comes. He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse.” – Malachi 4:5-6