Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

February, 2019

The Transgenderist’s Resolution

“Lord, you made me a damned man!  I don’t want to be a damned man; I want to be a woman!”  “My will be done!” says he. “I’ll be whatever I want to be!” Freedom of choice! That’s his creed.  He’ll be whatever he wants to be! “God be damned if He doesn’t like it.” […]

The Pledge of Allegiance, Anno Domini 2019

For American Christians: I pledge of allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, the country into which the Lord of the universe has placed me (for some reason, of course).  I offer thanks to Him for establishing governments in the earth according to His good pleasure and for the benefit of the […]

The Homeless, the Hobos, and the Bums

8 February, 2019 The first is a class of people who, despite efforts to do right and live responsibly, have suffered the fate of deprivation and stand in need of shelter. They suffer the from of whims of Fate, or the will of God. The second is that class of people which happily chooses to […]

House Cleaning

7 Feb., 2019 I did don my varsity cleaning attire And did wash and scrub everything everywhere Leaving anything, I did not dare! For pain, suffering, weariness I did not care My beloved was counting on me Beyond this truth nothing I could see Off then, I labored through filth and pee! Confident then in […]

Trump’s State of the Union Address (2019 Anno Domini)

As they say: You had to be there. Here are excerpts: “As part of our commitment to building a just and loving society, we must build a culture that cherishes the dignity and sanctity of innocent human life. All children born and unborn are made in the holy image of God. “Every life is sacred […]

Roe, Roe, Roe Abort

8 Feb., 2019 Roe, Roe, Roe abort On the bloody sea Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Free, I’m free, I’m free! Now I can be me Absent that baby Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Free, I’m free, I’m free! MEN sat on that Court Giving us this “right” Women suffer death each day They keep it out […]

House Cleaning

7 Feb., 2019 I did don my varsity cleaning attire And did wash and scrub everything everywhere Leaving anything, I did not dare! For pain, suffering, weariness I did not care My beloved was counting on me Beyond this truth nothing I could see Off then, I labored through filth and pee! Confident then in […]

Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus

4 Feb., 2019 Thirteen syllables!  (You don’t need to count them.)   What a man!  Born (as Allix has it) 145-150 A.D.  He wrote De resurrectione carnis in which he lays out the case for the resurrection of the flesh.  A native of Carthage, the son of a proconsular centurion, described by Jerome as a man […]