As it is.

There is something that I am still fleshing out, and I suppose this is the place to do it. I wanted to get a better handle about what being objective means. In a recent discussion post in my world religions class I proposed that being objective means to view things “as they are” not “as […]

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A donut shaped hole

The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works, there is none that doeth good. Psalm 14:1-7 At some point a Christian must decide whether or not they will actually believe what scripture says. When you come up against a verse like this, the tendency […]

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To make fear afraid.

There is a question that sits at the heart of finding purpose. “What would you be LITERALLY willing to die for?” Not just hypothetically, literally. What would you die for? This question quickly helps us to asses our values and determine the order of significance. But one of the things that I’ve noticed is that […]

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Rebellion in Moderation

Any time you attempt to speak against sin you run the risk of sounding like the old curmudgeon who stopped going out-doors unless it was to yell at the kids who’s Frisbee tragically made it’s way into his lawn. It is a risk worth taking though, especially when the sin is so blatantly harmful. Under […]

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2D Topography

There is a value that has risen to the top of our culture and I just want to take a moment and reflect on it’s error when taken to it’s ultimate end. I want to talk about the value of “fairness.” We see this most humorously and horrifically when little Johnny gets a “certificate of […]

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