Welcome to Principalities and Powers Weekly!


I must confess that after previous blog posts on a variety of  topics,  I’m returning to those things that I find myself dwelling on most of all in these days of rapid change and tumult: Religion, politics, economics, and the philosophies that are shaping our world,  for better or worse, into what it is today.

This weekly series of postings is not merely an editorial series designed to air my opinions of things in the world as I see them, but it is designed to help you, dear reader, into a clearer perspective on those things which you might find to be of lasting value, meaning, and humor which you may want to share with others and grow from as a result. I sincerely hope so.

If you find anything in these posts in any way vulgar or objectionable please say so. I will never intentionally allow this to happen, but quotes by others are sometimes what P & P Weekly must air in order to get this writer’s point across. I myself avoid speaking or writing just to shock someone. Disagreements on any grounds are welcome, provided they are erudite, enlightening, and politely stated.

The title itself comes from a verse in the Bible that I am fond of citing and hope you will find worth studying and meditating upon on its own merit:

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.  Ephesians 6:12

I’ll be looking at the headline stories for material for one or two posts a week but you will definitely see something by every Sunday,  as worthy material comes to my attention.  Your ideas are welcome, too. Especially if you would like to see something commented on that I might have missed.

Well, friends, see you next time and God bless you all!

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6 thoughts on “Welcome to Principalities and Powers Weekly!

  1. In times of chaos, I know these “Principalities and Powers” thrive. You feel their presence in a classroom, a school, or a neighborhood. Thank you, Scott, for bringing this into conversation.

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