Monthly Archives: June 2013


What Love is NOT:

For a man who holds the position of THE leader in his local church to fundamentally misunderstand the meaning of “Love”, the very thing The God he claims to preach is, is a horrifically egregious error (redundancy intentional).

We need to love like Jesus, not point the finger like the devil. While we can learn from this man’s example, we should actively pray for him and the church he pastors.


Posted by on June 28, 2013 in Jesus Christ, Legalism


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“Go to He…” What? There’s More?!

“Heaven is great, but it’s not the end of the world.” The first time I heard this N.T. Wright statement was 5 years ago, and it was quoted to me by a friend. It gave me pause, and I kept turning it over in my head. I just couldn’t stop thinking about it. Why? Because it ran counter to what I had been taught about the aim of my Salvation.

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Goodbye God?

I grew up being told that God was kicked out of school on June 25, 1962 with the Engle v. Vitale case. I even remember my dad sporting a t-shirt at the beach on year that read, “They kicked Him out in 1962”. Statistics are given how school violence increased, along with immorality, and education began its steady decline. You can see this exemplified here. Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on June 25, 2013 in Christian Life, Culture


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The Copernican Revolution, Social Media, & Christianity:

There was a time when society, as a whole, believed the earth was the center of the galaxy and that neighboring planets revolved around it. This system of thought is called the Ptolemaic model; named after Claudius Ptolemy who lived around 100 converted PNM fileA.D. But then something happened in the 16th century – the Copernican revolution. This paradigm shift swept in, challenging a belief people had held for over 1,400 years. While there is much to be said about testing the commonly held and typically unquestioned beliefs we often hold, we’re not headed in that direction. We’ve been down that road many times on this blog, and will traverse it again soon enough I’m sure. I’m seeing a need for another “Copernican revolution” but not in science as part of the Scientific revolution.

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