Is there a slow death of religious liberty?
In America, protected classes include race, color, national origin, choice of religion, disability, and familial status. What reason must ones chosen religion, which is a protected class, need additional Religious Freedom laws? Continue reading “Liberty includes respect for others”
Do what is right to clean up our state
Kevin Tengesdal, Bismarck Oct 25, 2016
Dear Christians here in North Dakota, greetings.
You have been invited to spend a time at your friend’s home as a house-sitter. From the time you arrive to the time you depart, how do you treat their home? Do you “leave it in better condition than what you found it”? Do you pick up after yourself? Continue reading “Do what is right to clean up our state”
Negatives in trading deal
KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Dec 19, 2015
The Obama administration wants to fast-track the largest free trade agreement in history, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, covering more than 40 percent of world GDP and about a third of world trade. This would establish trade relations with countries where workers face systemic abuse with either the complicity or direct involvement of their government, among them: Mexico, Malaysia, Vietnam and Brunei. Continue reading “Negatives in trading deal”
Acts don’t fit religion
KEVIN TENGESDAL Bismarck Aug 15, 2015
Recently, religious institutions appear to be heralding a separation from all things they deem offensively gay — marriage equality, Boy Scouts, anti-discrimination, lifestyles, etc. Continue reading “Acts don’t fit religion”
Letter to the editor: Monologue needs to change toward LGBT people
By Kevin R. Tengesdal from Bismarck on Apr 30, 2015 at 7:22 a.m.
Perhaps, we need to change the monologue.
Instead of saying, “God hates gay people,” say, “God Hates [name of family member or friend who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender!” Continue reading “Monologue needs to change toward LGBT people”