One of the major fallacies of progressives is in thinking that all progress is somehow filed under the good kind. With this is the thought that any impediment to what culture wants is also automatically categorized as being “on the wrong side of history”. But there are many who have been on the wrong side […]Read more "Progressively moving somewhere."
Sometimes I attempt to tweet something that I realize must be expounded upon as to get to my meaning. Brevity may be the soul of wit but perhaps we need to re-think what brevity is. There is something that I have noticed for a while now and it bothers me to a degree that I can […]Read more "The Click Bait of Satan."
Now that I have your attention that title is a lie, but it is one that you have probably felt that Christians believe deep down even if they don’t say it. For a while now I have been hearing from many single Christian people around my age, an insecurity in their place. Some have attributed […]Read more "Single people: God loves married people more than you and if you’re single something is wrong with you."
There is an understandable feeling of “let down” after an Easter service. Perhaps you have already got yours out of the way or perhaps you are still sitting comfortably on a could hovering Jupiter at this moment. But sooner or later the news of Easter, the very good news of Easter will leave you feeling […]Read more "Post Easter Blues."
As much as I can I am going to attempt to break down all of the flaws, inconsistencies, fallacies. and down right blasphemies entrenched in Brian Gallagher’s post found here as well as give him his credit when it’s due, though that is more rare. There are many reasons I feel this could be helpful, if […]Read more "A critical response to “Why my religion is right and your religion is wrong” part 1"
Pastors, Sometimes there are transformative moments in culture and current events that are so impactful and so important that I hesitate to write on such things, not for fear of adding to the noise but out of patiently awaiting to see what will shake out. There is a lot of trepidation in Christendom right now […]Read more "An open letter to Pastors on the Racial Divide."
This past weekend we continued in the next part of our “Living in the tension” series and we examined the relationship between Trust and Doubt. We all understand how trust builds stronger faith but how can doubt? First we must understand that there are two specific types of doubt. When we talked this week about […]Read more "Faith and Doubt: Two types of doubt."