Tag Archives: aggression

Losing Independence

A Sesquicentennial Celebration

You may have noticed recently an increase of civil war related posts here on the blog. There’s a reason for that. This year marks the Sesquicentennial of the war of northern aggression, a far more appropriate label since the term ‘civil war’ is not quite accurately descriptive enough for me, and let’s face it, there […]

A Tribute To Black Confederate Soldiers

“It’s not a black or white thing, it‘s what is right and what is wrong.”

The Fruit of Revival

During the War for Southern Independence, the sovereign God graciously sent a revival to the Confederate armies.  Confederate Chaplain J. William Jones said, “That revival which does not result in more consecration on the part of Christians, and a ‘godly walk and conversation’ on the part of the new converts, is not worth calling a […]

November 30

Why The Political Right Is All Wrong

Years ago, when in high school in Carmel Indiana, I found myself in what would become one of the most memorable classes I would ever take. It was a class that was entirely focused on the French Revolution. I cannot remember my teachers name, but he was good. I say that because I remember on […]

The New Calvinist

Theology, Culture, Politics

Old Virginia Blog

Theology, Culture, Politics


My collected Oklahomian Exile writings