Hello Colorado Blogosphere!

My name is Ryan Morgan and, at the kind request of Ben, I will be guest posting from time to time on this blog. 

A 21-year-old resident of Arvada, I was home educated and have a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (focus in general management) from Thomas Edison State College.  I am a developer at a small software firm.

I am a Bible-believing Christian, not associated with any particular denomination, but with an experiential belief in forgiveness of sin solely through faith in Jesus Christ’s blood atonement at Calvary and His resurrection from the dead.

I am a conservative first and a Republican second.  I believe in limited, effective government; adequate (strong) national defense; and laws based on Biblically moral principles.

Through my participation in this blog and the discussion that grows from it, I hope both your and my understanding of the truth will be increased.  As Winston Churchill said:

“Truth is incontrovertible; malice may attack it and ignorance may deride it; but, in the end; there it is.”

The true goal of our discussion must be to learn and teach it.

Comments

  1. Denise says

    Welcome to blogging, Ryan! You’ll be great at this! I look forward to reading your comments.

  2. S Jones says

    Welcome, Ryan. Looking forward to what you have to say in the days ahead.

    You write,

    I am a conservative first and a Republican second. I believe in limited, effective government; adequate (strong) national defense; and laws based on Biblically moral principles.

    Glad to hear it, for the most part. I guess my main question would be why you’re a Republican at all in light of the fact that the GOP increasingly does not put conservatism first, and is not necessarilt concerned with “laws based on Biblically moral principles.” Sounds like the party you really need to be considering is the Constitution Party, not the GOP.

    I too believe that we should have an “adequate (strong) national defense”, but I’m guessing you and I might disagree with what “adequate” means.

  3. says

    “laws based on Biblically moral principles.”

    Does that include stoning adulterers and blasphemers? How about mandatory beards? How do we decide which biblical principles get turned into laws?

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