*A fair warning to me dear readers. This is not a finished piece but more of a work in progress. I will continue to edit it, perhaps add to it, certainly refine it. I will also link to my sources as time goes on.* So, regarding my post the other day. The State of the… Continue reading Take me to Church
I have this joke, some consider it in poor taste, but as I observe things, it’s an honest reflection of the current state of the Christian religion within the United States. What do you get when you put two Baptists together? A Church What do you get when you put three Baptists together? Two churches.… Continue reading The State of the Church
I saw a post from a former pastor of mine. I consider him a friend and mentor – at least, I considered him one. It’s a confusing thing. I still love and respect him, admire much of his character and have nothing but the deepest appreciation for the things he has taught me over the… Continue reading 100 Days
Confusion is from Satan, go away. This was said to me today in an online discussion. A friend of my wife’s, a nice lady with some strong religious convictions, had posted a link purporting that school children in California were being indoctrinated into Islam. The link in question was about a mother who found a homework… Continue reading Confusion is from Satan
With the Supreme Court ruling firmly in the books it has come to my attention via social and news media outlets that the End Times are surely near. While I am in awe of this truly remarkable feat of prognostication, especially given that the Bible is quite clear that no man shall know the date, I… Continue reading A brief note for those waiting for the end
I happened to be reading this article when my oldest son looked over my shoulder and started reading along with me. This lead to a conversation of sorts with him, which I rather enjoyed. At first my son was actively against the shop owners. He said he would have sued the owners, too. Not because… Continue reading To each their own…decision.
During church today I had time to ponder why so much of Christianity is about living life after death, for focusing on everything but the world as it is right now. It’s not that I don’t believe in a better life after Christ, I do, but it seems to me that we are using the… Continue reading Paul had it wrong…