Chapter 1 – Gold “Get up Mary, we have to go.” Joseph calmly, but seriously, exclaimed as he started rolling up supplies in an old canvas cloth. “What’s going on?” I said still half-asleep. “I had another dream. We need to get out of here. Fast. Pack whatever you and Jesus need, but we need … More Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh: A Short Story
Let me start out with what I mean by “supporting” President Trump. I don’t like politicians in general. The second you think you should run for the most powerful office on earth you instantly have too much hubris and pride for me to actually like you. But in a world of voting, I can only … More I (Generally) Support President Trump and I Support Impeachment
So, I watched quite a few clips of the Democrat candidate CNN Town Hall on all issues LGBTQ+. They must be concerned that the LGBTQ+ community vote isn’t secured. So they are going hard after that 3.8% of voting Americans that identify as one of those letters. Now I’m not sure if this is scheduled … More BREAKING: Next CNN Town Hall Announced – The Evangelical Vote
In Christianity there is a pretty decent divide between the way people view “predestination.” Some people have no problem with the concept that God adopts or elects some to salvation and not others. Others prefer to think that God peers into the future, sees who’s going to believe then elects those people in eternity past. … More The Implication of Predestination
I’ve written articles in the past on Abortion (here for instance). But I have some additional thoughts with this new Klopfer case. Basically, this guy was an unborn baby serial killer. He had 2,246 different remains from babies he aborted over the years. He kept them like little trophies in his house. Sick stuff. In case … More 3 More Reasons to be Against Abortion
A student asked me this question the other day. I actually really liked it. I guess I’ve been asked similar questions in the past but I don’t think ever quite like this. So, I did what I do – I start rambling until I get some good footing and finally actually answer the question. To … More Could God Be Lying when He Said He Doesn’t Lie?
Well, the answer is “yes,” but I want you to understand the full implications of it. I think everyone wants to be friendly with their pastor (well most people). I would also say most people want to spend time with their pastor, but friendship is different. Friendship has connotation of mutual and consistent engagement. I … More Can You Be Friends with Your Pastor?
Everybody dies. We only have 3 recorded cases of people not dying. Enoch, Elijah, and Jesus. (Jesus died and resurrected but then didn’t die again, everyone else that resurrected assumedly died again later.) So I suppose the real question is, why does God seem to be so involved with the death and killing of the … More Why Is There So Much Death and Killing in the Old Testament?
Ok, maybe it won’t be hard to forget everything we know about monks. I think we know like 3 things. Monks wear long robes, do something weird with their hair, and live in compounds in the mountain with other dudes. That’s probably 80% of what you know. Now, there’s some good reasons for those thought … More Forget Everything You Know about Monks
I’m not accustomed to grief, despite experiencing it now; but I regularly speak to people in their moments of sorrow. I think often of a quote from Tim Keller, “We can be sure our prayers are answered precisely in the way we would want them to be answered if we knew everything God knows.” And … More A Sit-down with the Creator and Savior