Not Guilty: What the Zimmerman Trial Should Have Been About

Posted by on Jul 13, 2013 in Christian Beliefs, Main, Society at Large, US Politics | 1 comment

Just a few moments ago, word came out via AP newswire that George Zimmerman has been found not-guilty in the 2nd Degree Murder of Trayvon Martin. From what I can tell of Florida’s law as it has been described in the news media, Zimmerman was acting in accordance with it. But was George Zimmerman acting in accordance with good judgment? Was he acting in accordance with common sense? The larger questions that surround Zimmerman’s...

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Deeper Questions from the Death of Trayvon Martin

Posted by on Mar 26, 2012 in Blogroll, General Rant, Main, Pop Culture, Society at Large, US Politics | 0 comments

More details on Trayvon Martin’s death have been released. I’ve added them as edits to a recent post about the victimization the african-american community is feeling. Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson have recently led demonstrations. Bloggers all over the world are speaking out. News media have exhausted the facts and are well into the opinion phase. We have enough to ask some hypothetical questions: If Trayvon Martin attacked George...

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Trayvon Martin – Twice Victimized

Posted by on Mar 24, 2012 in Blogroll, General Rant, Main, Society at Large, US Politics | 6 comments

Trayvon Martin’s death has been called a tragedy. It has been called a murder. It has been called justifiable homicide. His killer, George Zimmerman, has been called a murderer, a racist, and a vigilante. The silence from white evangelicals has been deafening. The clamor from the african-american community has been building to a roar. Bloggers like Drew Hart are rightly asking, “Where are the protests from white religious leaders...

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