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
There is no doubt that Scripture presents God in the masculine. He’s our Heavenly Father. Heck, He’s a “He” every time a pronoun is used. Jesus also was for sure male. He was a 8lb 6oz baby boy. When He was describing His relationship with the church, He’s the Groom and we’re the Bride. However, … More Is God a Mother Too?
Most people ask, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” and I’ll give you my answer on that too just for kicks and giggles. But I think the tougher question is in the title. It seems counter-productive for God to allow good things to happen to people who want nothing to do with Him. … More Why Do Good Things Happen to Bad People?
The idea of electing your leader through the ballot box is a relatively new phenomenon. For centuries Kings have been chosen or gained power through various means. Many successions have been peaceful, but some have been through a coup of some sort. The way I figure it, there are 5 general ways to become a … More All Hail King Jesus!
Is there Middle-Ground Between Calvinism and Arminianism? No. There is no middle-ground. I picture two rocks protruding from the ocean. To try to stand in the middle between them, means you fall in the ocean. Theological disagreements aren’t like other disagreements, you can’t just compromise half-way. You end-up in amorphous nothing-land. Bill Cosby (when we … More Calvinism v. Arminianism: Civil War
This seems like an easy question, right? Well, you’re wrong. You’re both wrong in your answer (because you said “Unite”) and you’re wrong in that it’s not an easy question. The Premise Jesus says in Luke 12:51-52, “Do you suppose that I came to grant peace on earth? I tell you, no, but rather division; for … More Did Jesus Come to Unite or Divide?