Desvio, Libertad & Exclusion!
La Desvio vs. Diversity Those who take detours often travel roads less traveled. America is being inundated with a new motif, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Sadly, far too many who propose such efforts are unapologetic in their efforts to promote the mere appearance of diversity, equity and inclusion even when it’s clear that these efforts…
A Tale of Two Klansmen
Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black The Alabama Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black will be honored with a monument and park in Ashland, Alabama on October 15, 2022. And he made a very hazardous moral decision. He joined the Klan. (Steve Suitts) He always believed that you should judge a person by what they do and…
Wild-N-Out: The Plight and Flight of The Negro
Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Freedom has always been an expensive thing. History is a fit testimony to the fact that freedom is rarely gained without sacrifice and self-denial.” (1). Perhaps there is no better way to grasp the current plight and flight of the Negro than to use these words as a back…
Iconoclasm & Confederate Monuments: History Repeats Itself.
There is no condemnation for those in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:1). The ongoing condemnation of ancestors of Confederates and monuments to their dead is as antithetical to the Doctrines of Grace as any affront to Christianity. Yet, it is Christians who use race baiting tactics to destroy historical monuments throughout this land. In an effort to combat…
Colonization of The Two Legged Man: Abortion Part 4
My mother taught me about the “Two Legger.” She would say, “Son, man has two legs. So, I call him the two-legger. One man may have pigmentation in his skin and the other one doesn’t. Just remember, he is the same sinful two legged man.” This concept has always stayed with me. As early as…
The Miseducated Negro: Abortion Part 3
President Joe Biden said, “I’ve adopted the attitude of the great negro at the time” referring to, Satchel Page, the infamous negro league baseball pitcher. Biden comfortably used the word “Negro.” A word that is out of touch and yet it fit so well within the context of his era that it rolled off his…
What Man Aborts His Posterity to the Dirt? (Abortion Part 2)
The Question: Give me some things to work on? It can be anything. What should a young man be focused on today? (Question from a young friend November 9, 2021) Rarely do you receive such an open ended question. Moreover, to receive it from a man under the age of thirty is quite rare these…
The Negro Dilemma: Abortion-Part 1
Frederick Douglass, ca. 1866 Public Domain Image As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he (Proverbs 23:7). I implore you to consider this verse in view of the greatest philosophical question of the 19th century. What to do with the Negro? By far, this question and this question alone posed one of the…
A Doorkeeper In Thy Courts by Al Arnold
Psalm 84: I wrote this last year (2020) for Lent season this year. It is my first poem and perhaps my favorite work. The poem is featured in a book titled, “As Sparks Fly Upward” Reflections for Lent (2020). Produced by Redeemer Community Arts, A ministry of our church, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, PCA. This is read…
South Toward Home: Featuring Abortion & The Negro Dilemma is now available by Author, Al Arnold. Orderlyforlee.com Perhaps the greatest challenge for African Americans and the last hope to prevent or demise. I welcome ALL aboard this Southern bound train for a ride full of twist and tails that will keep you thrilled! As a counterculture writer since 2015, I challenge the typical narratives of today through my Christian faith and southern values. Welcome to this journey, South Toward Home!