Jim Wright is a church sower, public but unassuming, thinker, mentor, teacher, local church elder, motivated by redemption, foe of tyrants, friend of the dispossessed, retired international attorney, entrepreneur, former private pilot, and so-so bass fisherman.
Marianne is a retired public school teacher, private but strong, heart, skilled counselor, knows deep intimacy with God, a comfort to others in the Lord, wise, motivated by mercy but has strong resolve, gardener, and a bridge to healing for many.
Together, we have been part of a community of simple, participatory fellowships for many years in our own home county - some of which we helped start.
Our blogs and devotionals spring from firm roots in those local fellowships.
So where are the checks and balances that were supposed to be in place to prevent this from happening?
After all, if the constitution is a ‘living document’ then the court can twist it to whatever shape they choose! I’m reminded of a good principle of Scripture interpretation: make sure you understand what the passage would have meant TO THE ORIGINAL HEARERS.
It is interesting that those who have a trans-Biblical hermeneutic also seem to have a trans-Constitutional jurisprudence.