Category Archives: Leadership

What Moral Leadership Looks Like

  The following is the transcript of my video contribution for the Convention on Founding Principles, held August 24 to 27, 2020.   *****   We’re not electing a pastor-in-chief. That was one of the main criticisms of my now … Continue reading

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After the Protests, Now What?

After absorbing the video of George Floyd gasping for breath under the knee of a policeman, the country erupted in protest.  The anger and frustration of blacks especially, but also of people of all races in many nations across the … Continue reading

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Why I Believe Mr. Trump’s Caustic Speech Is Not Mere Bad Manners

[I’m reposting this from a year ago because of its obvious relevance this week–mg] As I watched a recording of the Evangelicals for Trump rally on January 3 in Miami, I couldn’t help but admire one speaker who has worked … Continue reading

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