Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Character – or not

Yishai Schlissel and the Israeli Sodomites

Michael Bray 1 August, 2015 http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-33726634 Yishai Schlissel and the Israeli Sodomites What is a Righteous Jew to Do? Yishai Schlissel, a devout Jew, indeed an Orthodox one living in Israel, stabbed six sodomy advocates who were marching in a parade in promotion of the commission of  a capital crime (under the Law of God). […]

Tale of Two Academy Lives

Veterans Day, 12 November, 2012 Tale of Two Academy Lives General Petraeus and I entered military academies within a month of graduating from high school in 1970. Our homes and high schools were within an hour’s drive from our prospective institutions: his West Point, New York, and mine, Annapolis, Maryland. I cheered for the midshipmen […]

Notes on Plundering

From “The Radical Fringe” Capitol Area Christian News, Spring, 1999 Notes on Plundering Robert E. Cook Consider, then, the unregenerate thief. Surely God has given him skills with which to plunder for righteousness sake rather than to steal for his own pleasure. But in a fallen world, God’s people don’t generally use their gifts perfectly. […]

Child Control: A Eulogy for Charles Provan

Michael Bray Dec., 2007 A champion of truth died on 11 December, 2007. We express our gratitude to God for Charles Provan’s influence against population control (contraception). He advanced Biblical arguments in support of fertility and against efforts to thwart the divine blessings of children in a book entitled, The Bible and Birth Control (1989). […]

Beer Wars and Real Wars

Michael Bray 17 December 2003 USAFA’s Reactionary Expulsion of Good Soldiers Cadet David Ryan Urton is about to be ejected from the Air Force Academy for buying beer where minors (20-year-old classmates) were present. The junior has, otherwise, a sterling record.  My son was one of the cadets for whom the beer was allegedly purchased.  […]

Ode to Wrestling in Wilmington

4 March, 2011 Ode to Wrestling in Wilmington Wrestling season comes to a close. My last high school wrestler has finished his course. Both my sons have gotten from the sport what I had hoped they would get. The sport is a wonderful means of character development. Mack Remington, writing for ezinearticles.com, reports in an […]

Love that Paula Jones

CACN, Fall, 1997 Love that Paula Jones My favorite prayer topic is the Paula Jones case. (I have to admit, it does appeal to my baser instincts.) The front page bi-line of the Washington Times (15 Oct.) was all about the President of the United States’s membrum virile and a certain “distinguishing characteristic” thereof. It […]

Meditations on Racism

CACN, Spring, 1999 Meditations on Racism I personally don’t encounter it. I am sure I could if I hung around with some baser people. No doubt that mind-set, thoroughly trashed in the public arena, lurks in some recalcitrant hearts out there in the heartland as well as the cities. But the doctrine and practice of […]

Castor Oil and Castration for the Nation

August, 2011 This article, written near the close of the embarrassing Clinton era, reminds the reader of the shame he brought upon the country. But the country has earned its own shame many times over since then, as it has continued to tolerate Lawlessness on the part of the federal government: most egregiously the continued […]

Angels and Algore

The following commentary in Capitol Area Christian News refers to the destruction of two abortuaries by fire in Atlanta and Tulsa in early 1997. Captitol Area Christian News Spring, 1997 Angels and Algore How about that revival down in Atlanta? God is answering prayer! And the state which gave us Ahab was rewarded with a […]

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