This is how we view time. This is our line segment of time. We’re born and we die. This is our life. We can also look at all world history the same way. The segment would be longer, but there was a start to it all and there will be an end to it at … More Geometry and God (Godometry)
The Holy Spirit constantly gets referred to as an “it” or some kind of impersonal force all the time. I can’t remember a time before Star Wars so I don’t know if The Force affected the church’s understanding of the Holy Spirit or if there was always some confusion. But the bottom line is, the … More 7 Ways that the Holy Spirit is Better than The Force
So this week, I watched a 6-year old movie (it was basically black and white, well I guess it was like Technicolor, I could see reds but pretty much everything else was yellowish.) It was Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths. It was a decent, animated comic book movie (there are some great ones out … More Explaining Gnosticism through the DC Universe
Ah the Trinity, every time we explain it, it turns us all into heretics. Don’t believe me. Have you ever used an Egg or Water to explain the Trinity? Yeah. Heresy. Let me allow my little Irish smart aleck friends help you. That makes things sooo much clearer. Thanks Patrick. I’m not going to try … More What Happens When We Emphasize One Person of the Trinity Over the Rest?
The Sabbath is Saturday. It always has been and it always will be. The rub comes in the beloved 10 Commandments. They all sound so relevant except for #4 – Remember the Sabbath Day & Keep It Holy. So Christians face a couple of options: Option A) They can pretend that Sunday is the new … More Stop Pretending the Sabbath Is Sunday
So many Christians these days claim their faith is “personal” or “private.” Their faith and belief is orthodox and founded in truth, it’s just the expression of their faith and belief is nowhere near the biblical example. Thus I know there are Undercover Christians, but I contend there is no such thing as “Undercover Christianity.” … More Undercover Christianity
Yes. (Well, I don’t think anyone wants to say “No.”) My general rule of thumb is that Jesus is the Greatest Ever no matter what we are talking about. Here’s what I know: If Jesus Christ’s purpose was to be a Swimmer, than he’d be better than Michael Phelps. If Jesus Christ’s purpose was to … More Would Jesus Win Every Event at The Olympics?
In modern times, the use of ever more sophisticated telescopes have revealed more and more of the universe and it has gotten bigger in our minds every year of our existence. In the same way, ever more sophisticated microscopes have revealed more and more of the complex micro-verse that comprises each of our cells down … More The Universe, the Microverse, and the Creator: An Epic Poem
Repentance is brought up a lot in Gospel presentations. I can already hear someone saying, “And rightfully so!” But is “repentance” a “part” of salvation? That’s where the misunderstanding comes in to play. If when you say “repentance” you mean, “stop sinning before coming to Jesus,” then you are dead wrong. If we could stop … More Misunderstanding “Repentance” Is Confusing the Gospel
Right off the bat, I want you to know that I absolutely do not want to speak to a demon… like ever. That sounds terrifying. But I do have some questions that I’m wondering. 1) Are You Trying to Win? I guess the picture we all get in our head is that it’s Angels … More 6 Questions I Want to Ask a Demon