On some positions, cowardice asks the question, is it expedient? And then expedience comes along and asks the question, is it politic? Vanity asks the question, is it popular? Conscience asks the question, is it right? There comes a time when one must take the position that is neither safe nor politic nor popular, but he must do it because conscience tells him it is right…

From the sermon, "Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution" by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Delivered at the National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., on 31 March 1968. Congressional Record, 9 April 1968.

Where I stand on:

Abortion (updated 7/15/2000)

The First Amendment (updated 7/17/2001)

Religious Freedom

Why has violence increased in public schools? (updated 8/10/2001)

Marriage, Divorce, and Human Sexuality

Homosexuality (updated 9/28/2000)

A Modern Rendering of A Christmas Carol (updated 9/5/2001)

What Defines a Real Hero? (added 9/17/2001)

Other subjects to be added later:
"It is one small step from suggesting that witness for Christ engenders hate crimes to saying witness for Christ is a hate crime." (Paige Patterson)


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