Monthly Archive: November, 2014

A non-Thanksgiving Thanksgiving post

~ where I affirm your significance, and mine In researching a topic for today’s post, I read a bunch of other blogs on various topics. Boy…a whole lot of people have even more… Continue reading

Our responsibility to understand

Have you ever gotten frustrated and annoyed with someone for not understanding? Perhaps he’s an old fart (and I say that in the most affectionate way possible) still uncomfortable with technology who throws… Continue reading

Two questions for the questioning

Apart from my earliest unreflective years, there was never a time when I didn’t believe in God. As I’ve previously shared, I was raised in the Catholic Church where I soaked in the… Continue reading

The crime of unbelief

A courtroom scene. On the bench is the supreme Judge of the land. His seat is as a throne, high and lifted up, and his robe seems to fill all of space1. In… Continue reading

Prepare to be amazed

Since mankind has existed, looking up was a humbling experience. Beholding the sun, moon, and stars suspended in space, even before we knew how vast the observable universe is, gave evidence that there… Continue reading

The universe explained (yeah…right)

Do you realize that when you stare up at the sky at night, some of what you see may not even exist? Some of what your eyes behold, maybe even a good bit… Continue reading

Turn that frown upside-down

Thanksgiving’s coming, and friends on Facebook are committing to posting what they’re thankful for every day this month. I’m a pretty grateful type so I considered doing that. But then I thought…eh. What’s… Continue reading

The primacy of Scripture

I threw a book in the trash the other day. Not a big deal, but as one whose favorite piece of furniture may be my beautiful bookcases (but only when filled with books),… Continue reading

Redemption is received, not earned

Presuppositionalism. Modalism. Hypostasis. Social Trinitarianism. Amillenialism. Not the stuff of your average Sunday School class. But it is of some. Know what they all mean? If not you’d better learn, ‘cause your salvation… Continue reading

In the seed of faith there is new life

When one considers all the competing religious and philosophical beliefs and belief systems, and all the different conglomerations of beliefs that individuals can have, one has to wonder…what difference does it make what… Continue reading

Intelligence does not guarantee truth

Isn’t it interesting how two equally intelligent and reasonable people can look at the same evidence and come to vastly different conclusions? What else is going on? As I’ve presented arguments for theism… Continue reading