Tag: Obergefell

In Support of Christian Higher Ed

I remember my one experience teaching at a public university, which will go unnamed. I was an adjunct there for at least three semesters and thoroughly enjoyed the classes I taught. Student evaluations at the end of each semester were high, and it was my first taste of college-level teaching, prior to getting my first full-time position. I recall fondly one student who walked out to the car with me after the last class session one time, telling me that… Read more »

Kim Davis vs. the Real Lawbreakers

So Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk who doesn’t want to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples is now in jail, put there by a federal judge who previously forced high school students into diversity training to try to convince them that opposing homosexuality is wrong. This is all part and parcel of how our world has turned upside down. Davis, a Christian who simply doesn’t want her name on the licenses as the government official authorizing same-sex marriages, is… Read more »