Tag Archive: TRUTH

Hypothetical judging

Was Hitler a Christian? I hope it’s obvious to all of us looking back at history that Adolf Hitler was most certainly not a follower of Christ. He did, however, pass himself off… Continue reading

Faith, facts, and Katy Perry

Katy Perry’s parents were on American Idol this week, talking to Ryan Seacrest about their famous daughter. So I thought this would be a good time to dust off this post I wrote… Continue reading

Some scientists stifle sensible supposition

Have you ever had an epiphany about say, a better way to do something that you never thought of before but if you had just put in a little mental effort you would… Continue reading

22 Reasons to STOP Believing in God

Hemant Mehta, the Friendly Atheist, may have better reasons for not believing in God than most of what he presents in this YouTube video, because there’s really only one here with any real force,… Continue reading

I’m afraid it is your problem

I often get asked, what would change your mind? I don’t know. I don’t have to know. If there is a God, that God should know exactly what would change my mind and… Continue reading

Skeptical? Honestly?

“Evidence. I want evidence that there’s a God.” “In what form?” “I don’t know. But I’m not going to put parameters around it.”  Confession: I am skeptical about skeptics. I seriously doubt the… Continue reading

Slavery, submission, and sonship

This month I celebrate 31 years as a willing slave. Crazy, no? No, and this post from August of 2015 will explain why. When the 13 colonies declared their independence from Great Britain… Continue reading

On suffering, Job, and the goodness of God, Part 2

Please see yesterday’s post for Part 1. I believe God’s removal of his protection and blessing from Job was, among other things, a test to expose and prove the genuineness of his faith… Continue reading

On suffering, Job, and the goodness of God, Part 1

Last week I wrote on the objection to God’s existence based on the reality of pain and suffering and included two excellent videos which answer the objection well. You can watch those here.… Continue reading

Whose side are we on?

I saw a strange story on the local evening news the other night. A man built an elaborate and ghoulish display in his front yard in honor of his dead mother because her… Continue reading

Naughty is standard

Just got my Toys ‘R’ Us Christmas catalogue in the mail. Whoo hoo. I mean…whoo hoo! The “whoo hoos” were certainly more exuberant when I had little children in the house. I miss… Continue reading

The love we need

She was poor and downtrodden. With little to call her own and even less hope for a better future, she felt virtually enslaved by her helplessness. But worse than this, she was disagreeable,… Continue reading

Like it or not, we are all worshippers

Question: When was the last time you used the word ‘noble’? Ummm…having a hard time remembering? Me too. “No bull” doesn’t count, by the way. ‘Noble’ is not a word we throw around… Continue reading

No guns for slaves

I have a gun control plan. It’s one that I am confident would drastically, and I mean like by 99%, reduce gun violence of all kinds, not just the mass shootings like Las… Continue reading

Is that all there is?

So many questions we’re expected to have an answer for these days. Stand for the anthem or kneel in protest? Should we welcome the immigrant or deport the illegals? Can Christians legally decline… Continue reading