The Illogical Objection Before I begin, I want to answer an objection that will inevitably come. This article is going to touch on several specific aspects of a specific argument for legalized abortion. Because I am a man, meaning that that I affirm the male gender I was “assigned” at birth and have all of … Continue reading The Life of The Mother
From the most ancient times we have suspected that there is more to life than just the life we know here. The abundance of ideas of what the life after this life might look like is strong evidence that it is real but it doesn’t tell us what it will be. Does everyone go to … Continue reading After Life
I grew up going to pretty traditional Baptist and Methodist churches. Worship consisted of red hymnals, a choir (sometimes), and a piano. On special occasions we might have what was colloquially called simply a “Singin’” where groups would come from all over and we would have a time of worship focused exclusively on music. In … Continue reading The Sound and The Fury: My Thoughts on Different Forms of Worship
Faith is a middle step between belief and knowledge, but that’s not all it is. Faith makes things happen, or so the Bible would seem to indicate. In Luke chapter five four men brought their paralyzed friend to Jesus and when they could not get to Him directly because of the crowds they climbed on … Continue reading Who Moved My Mountain?
You asked God, last night in our prayer time, to take away the hate and lies from your mind. The word hate is still echoing in my mind. You're six. Are there already things you hate about yourself? When we talked about it you flicked your little cheek, making it jiggle ever so slightly, and … Continue reading Fearfully Wonderful: An Open Letter to My Son
The caricature of faith presented in the popular culture is commonly referred to as blind faith. By blind it is meant that the person of faith has no evidence for the thing they’ve placed their faith in. On the other side the “faithful” say that nothing could be further from the truth. Our faith is … Continue reading Blind Faith or Faith to See?
I believe in God, The Father, I believe in Jesus Christ, His only begotten Son, I believe in the Holy Spirit. I believe that these three are individual in personhood, Yet one in essence, a community of the Trinity. I believe that all three persons of the Trinity were present and actively participated in the … Continue reading My Statement of Faith
I know what my church is... Awesome. But what is THE CHURCH? It is that mass of men and women who are united in brokenness, but know only triumph (2 Corinthians 1:8-10, James 5:16, Ephesians 5:8)! They have no Creed but that of the Apostles and are loyal to no nation more than … Continue reading What Is The Church?
This article is just one in a long series addressing questions posed by agnostic blogger Larry Simons in his article entitled, 31 Questions Christians Can't Answer. For the rest of series click here. Enjoy! 7. Why did Moses write in the third person in the first five books of the Old Testament? 8. How could … Continue reading Who Wrote Moses’ Books? (QCCA #7 & 8)
This article is just one in a long series addressing questions posed by agnostic blogger Larry Simons in his article entitled, 31 Questions Christians Can't Answer. For the rest of series click here. Enjoy! #5 Why would God need 122 "constants" to provide life on Earth? ("constants" are precise scientific conditions in which if … Continue reading Why Make The Earth Dependent On Anything? (QCCA #5 & 6)