“Swearing is a sign of rhetorical strength.”

Someone recently published, “Swearing is a sign of rhetorical strength.” The opposite is true.   Swearing is oratorical incontinence, a symptom of profound immaturity, and an indication of shallow, selfish thoughtlessness.   The simple and obvious truth is that cursing is a sign of weakness in many forms. It requires no creativity or intelligence to … Continue reading “Swearing is a sign of rhetorical strength.”

How to Euthanize Your Fervor

The nineteenth verse of First Thessalonians chapter five advises us: Do not quench the Spirit. I quickly thought of six ways that we can put out the flame: Lack of communication Starvation Isolation Distraction Misinformation Lack of participation Lack of Communication When we neglect to talk with God, it is like withholding oxygen necessary for combustion. … Continue reading How to Euthanize Your Fervor