Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Apostasy Cowardice or Buffoonery

What is a Repentant Church in a Holocaust? (1989)

Posted 23 June, 2017 The following was published 28 years ago.  1989.   It  was 16 years after the SCOTUS defiled the land with Roe v. Wade.  It was the same year that I was released from jail following completion of four years imprisonment on a six-year sentence in connection with the destruction of abortuaries along […]

Letter to McDonalds regarding their advancement of Sodomy

A few days ago McDonald’s Restaurants were reported upon regarding their flying of the rainbow flag (used nationwide in the past decades as a symbol of sodomite solidarity).  I sent the following letter and another to the corporate office in Columbus: Michael Bray 308 High St. Wilmington, OH 45177 http://michaelbray.org/ 20 June, 2017 Management McDonalds […]

Portrait of Betrayal

Michael Bray, 1988 De Tocqueville’s alacritous 19th century account of American society draws the affections of Christian Patriots hither. In an age of license and decadence, his account of public civility and community spirit is attractive.  In our time of convoluted “pluralism” (read: polytheism), his commendation of the explicitly Christian foundations of American society provides […]

The Local Church(es) of Wilmington

Michael Bray 28 Feb., 2017 I am grateful for the article in the Journal featuring pastors of three churches in town (“Keys to a Thriving Congregation,” 28 February,  by Gary Huffenberger).  There was no definition of  a Christian “church” supplied, but based upon the fact that all three were by their implied affirmation of the […]

Snarr, Civil Rights, and THE Issue at Hand

22 Feb., 2017 As reported by Neil Snarr in the Journal (21 Feb., 2017) there was in Wilmington an  anti-slavery newspaper published from 1851-1855, The Herald of Freedom, edited  one John W. Chaffin.  I was delighted to read about it. To the glory of Biblical truths and justice and to the credit of these Christian […]

By What Standard, Feldmeyer?

10   Nov., 2016 I was glad to see Mr. Steed returned to service as a County Commissioner.  He knows something about running a business and maintaining services within a budget.  Politicians would do well to learn that skill prior to running for office. But more important even than such budgetary wisdom, perhaps, is the embrace of […]

Hitlery and Other Apostate United Methodists

27 Oct., 2016 It is not John or Charles Wesley or George Whitfield that I despise.  No, as a good Lutheran fellow, I appreciate any fellow Christian with a high (i.e. historic) view of the Scriptures and the defining Creeds of the Faith.  And that Faith is affirmed by historic Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists, Roman Catholics, […]

Kim Davis, Unwanted Witness to the Truth

A brief commentary is offered by  David French, September 3, 2015, in National Review: Kentucky federal judge David Bunning has ordered Rowan County clerk Kim Davis to jail, holding her in contempt of court for failing to affix her signature to gay-marriage licenses. Here’s Judge Bunning justifying his decision: “The court cannot condone the willful […]

Sodomy: What Say, in History, the Churches of God?

Michael Bray 20 February, 2014 McClintock and Strong produced the Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, published by Harper and Brothers, 1867-1887, reprinted by Baker Book House Company in 1981.  I bought by own copy within a few years of that date and remain gratified by the usefulness of the set – a wealth […]

Capital Punishment and the Pope

CACN, Spring, 1997 In concert with one of the fundamental laws of theological liberalism, the pope is fighting the death penalty.  He opposes capital punishment for people who commit capital crimes.  Three times in 1996, the pope sought to intercede in U.S. executions.  The latest beneficiary, Joseph O’Dell, was convicted of raping, sodomizing, and strangling […]

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