A prominent news agency recently reported an incident involving Dan Savage and his speech at a National High School Journalism Conference called Journalism On The Edge. This conference was held in Seattle and was attended by high school students and others interested in journalism. Because Mr. Savage is a syndicated writer, he was invited to the conference as the key speaker. For those who don’t know who Mr. Savage is, he is a militant homosexual and a self-proclaimed expert in sexuality. I use the term “self-proclaimed expert” because he has a B.A. in theater, no formal training or education in the area of sexuality as far as I can tell. Mr. Savage has a history of bashing Christians and anyone else who holds a conservative social view. He is no stranger to attacking the Bible and belittling anyone who believes in God. Though there is a lot I could say concerning Mr. Savage’s views, my focus in this writing has to do with the clear double standard at work in his agenda. Here are a few thoughts concerning his conduct at this event.
Thursday, April 12, 2012
From time to time I hear Christians get into discussions concerning fasting. They ask questions like, “What is biblical fasting? Should we fast today? Is there any spiritual benefit to fasting?” The best way to answer all these questions is to look at what the Bible has to say about fasting. Let’s go there now.