Articles by Paul

Muslim Professor Gone Wild at Tarrant County College

Paul Derengowski, ThM At least by all initial appearances an adjunct professor of astronomy at Tarrant County College, Northeast Campus, in Fort Worth, Texas, has left orbit and entered the Islamic stratosphere. Daniel Mashburn, face and hands hidden, apparently underwent a Dawah moment that he just could not resist and…



The Christian Democrat Oxymoron

Paul Derengowski, ThM On Friday, January 12, Illinois Senator Dick Durbin went before a liberal press and figuratively stabbed President Donald Trump in the back with all kinds of specious accusations, culminating with the attribution that Mr. Trump used an expletive to describe the country of Haiti. Fast-forward to today…


MLK

Paul Derengowski, ThM It is Monday, January 15, and it is also Martin Luther King Day. Frankly, I have about as much use for MLK Day as I do Halloween, Christmas, and oh yeah, Kwanzaa. The biggest reason why MLK Day is such a sham to me is not that…



Christmas is not about Jesus’ Birth

Paul Derengowski, ThM The writer of the Book of Hebrews, who is frequently thought to have been the Apostle Paul, wrote the following about Jesus Christ’s sacrifice: For it was fitting that we should have such a high priest, holy, innocent, undefiled, separated from sinners and exalted above the heavens;…


Friends

Paul Derengowski, ThM The Bible says, “A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity” (Prov. 17:17). Have you ever wondered what a friend truly is and why it is he/she is hard to come by? Lately, I have had two people who claimed to be…


What Alabamians Handed America in Doug Jones

Paul Derengowski, ThM Well, all the hoopla is now over concerning the election fight between Alabama Judge Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. Jones won. Of course, very little was actually discussed about where the two stood on important issues. Most of the banter was about Judge Moore’s alleged liaisons…


Blind Leaders of the Blind

Paul Derengowski, ThM In Matthew 15:1-20, Jesus is confronted by the religious elite over the subject of hand-washing and tradition. From the context, the exchange was not only controversial, but one gets the idea that it was a bit heated too. It was one of several exchanges that Jesus had…