Questions for non-Christians #6

If you’re in Hong Kong right now, you have just a few more days to see this gigantic floating sculpture drawing attention in Victoria Harbour before it is removed at the end of… Continue reading

Questions for non-Christians #5

As misguided as Jehovah’s Witnesses are, you gotta’ give ‘em credit for their commitment. This is my thought virtually every time I close the front door on them. As I watch them turn… Continue reading

Thank God for this pain?

“God…you’re so good. You’re so good to me. You’ve never failed me yet.” Sometimes when I’m joining my voice to others’ in worship, as I did yesterday at church singing these words, I… Continue reading

Questions for non-Christians #4

Facts don’t care about your feelings. – Ben Shapiro Yes, I’m quoting another conservative commentator. And why not? Wisdom is found most prominently in conservatism. It’s just a fact…that doesn’t care about your… Continue reading

Questions for non-Christians #3

Conservative commentator Matt Walsh recently likened socialists to toddlers in that both “cannot distinguish desire from reality.” They operate from an immature perspective which leads them to believe that what they want to… Continue reading

Questions for non-Christians #2

I haven’t even started on my tax return yet. Have you? Started your return, I mean…not mine. Silly. I’ll get it done, and get it done on time because I have to. Oh,… Continue reading

Questions for non-Christians

Before I became a Christian I thought I was one. I wrote about that here. I believed that God is a Trinity and Jesus is the Son of God and rose from the… Continue reading

Don’t believe everything you see

If there is a God who created us, how would you expect him to reveal himself? Since sight is one of, if not the primary way we humans take in information, we naturally… Continue reading

Thank God for salt

Heaven is looking better all the time. Do you know what I mean? The weirder this world gets and the more it is marked by lies, corruption, murder, selfishness and other sundry sins,… Continue reading

The defeat of the Justice League

The superpowerhouse members of the Justice League were planning strategy in a super-secluded location. Secluded…but not dark, for from within each of them a glorious, shimmering light radiated warmth, wisdom, and life. As… Continue reading

I see dead people

I grew up in a funeral home, where on any given day maybe 12 feet away from where my siblings and I were eating, watching TV, doing homework, or arguing about whose turn… Continue reading

Check more than your privilege

“The guilty should get their just deserts.” Well, dessert is the best part of the meal, so just desserts sounds pretty good to me. My hand’s up. Guilty! If only. Wouldn’t it be… Continue reading

We’re just not that into him

It was a quickie wedding. The groom had been waiting a long time to make her his bride, but when she finally said ‘Yes’ she insisted on a short, civil ceremony and wanted… Continue reading

The divine elephant in the room

Consider:         How morally righteous would all these tweets seem if they were aimed at a policy regarding pedophilia instead of homosexuality? The substitution makes them quite ludicrous, no? And… Continue reading

Where’s the line? What’s the linchpin?

Let’s take a trip up the canal. It’s not very long, but it’ll take nine months. A child at the moment of birth, but still in the womb, looks exactly like the child… Continue reading