There is no doubt about it – Charles Darwin is idolized. He lifted up as a hero by atheists and even some Christians for discovering and explaining macro-evolotion. Richard Dawkins has even said that Darwin was the one who gave him a rational and logical reason to not believe in God. But there are some […]
People leave churches all the time. Odds are, sometime in your life you have left a church. There are many good reasons to leave a church, but the fact is people rarely leave for the good reasons. Here’s a list of 11 weak (and common) reasons people leave a church. 11 Weak Reasons to Leave […]
We often think that our pastor is some sort of superhuman. We unintentionally and unconsciously raise him on a pedestal. After all, he spends his career getting close to God. We somehow think that he does suffer, he doesn’t stress, and he doesn’t weep. He is always the strong man of God that leads us […]
Episcopalian priest Katherine Hancock Ragsdale shows that she knows nothing about the Bible and probably has never even seen one. The lesbian, abortion advocating priest has recently been appointed to serve as president and CEO of the National Abortion Fund. “Abortion providers are some of my personal heroes and modern-day saints,” she said in a statement. […]
The governor of New York has signed a bill that punishes non-profit organizations from endorsing or opposing political candidates in word and deed. A similar law called the Johnson Amendment that threatened these organizations to be investigated by the IRS if they ever spoke politically. Through an executive order, President Trump removed the threat of […]
Not going to church is all the rage today, especially with so much convenience at our fingertips. We can watch sermons on TV, stream them on the internet, or listen to them on the radio all in a moment’s notice. Pretty soon you struggle to find any good reason why to go again. Well here […]
The following two stories came up on my feed within a few hours of each other. I found it ironic because of what we hear in the media all the time. We hear that guns need to be banned because they don’t do anything but kill. And we also hear that most mass murders are […]
Kanye has been in the news for quite some time talking about his recent conversion to Christianity. I admit, I’m skeptical. I’m as skeptical of him as I am about Benny Hinn “renouncing the prosperity gospel.” However, just because I am skeptical doesn’t mean that Christ hasn’t worked in Kanye’s heart and it doesn’t mean […]
I hate Halloween. I think it’s a celebration of everything wicked and evil. But that isn’t how it originated. It used to be a Christian holiday.
As I have seen the story of James Younger unfold, I have been filled with shock, dismay, disgust, and anger. But today, the only thing I felt was grief and heartache for all involved.
On August 9, Governer J.B. Pritzker signed House Bill 246 into law and made Illinois the 3rd state to require that public schools teach LGBT History as part of their curriculum, beginning July 1, 2020.
It appears that Planned Parenthood is temporarily conceding defeat to President Trump’s Protect Life Rule, pending a judicial injunction. The Trump administration’s rule requires medical care centers to separate their abortion-providing aspect of their facilities to be entirely separate from the rest of the business. This means that medical businesses are required to have a […]
Charles Darwin should have been pro-life. His theory, in my opinion, demands it. Unfortunately, he wasn’t. He encouraged exterminating Australian aboriginals, enslaving Africans, and sterilizing those he viewed as unfit to propagate humanity.
Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed the apostasy of some very influential church leaders. First was author, speaker, and megachurch pastor Joshua Harris. More recently was a songwriter for the popular worship band Hillsong, Marty Sampson. In light of these recent events, John Cooper, lead singer of the rock band Skillet, shared a […]
Senator Rand Paul and the National Pro-Life Alliance are trying to gather 1,000,000 petitions in support of the Life at Conception Act. But what is the Life at Conception Act? The Life at Conception Act recognizes that a baby is a person at conception. If this fact is recognized by Congress, then Roe v. Wade […]
A couple of weeks ago I let my pastor read my post about him joining the chaplaincy. In his entire two-year pursuit with the military, I never shared my thoughts with him. I’m a very reserved person and public speaking isn’t my strongest ability. Unless I’m talking with a group of about 4 people, I […]
The past couple of weeks have been awful. Three young men have abused their freedom and liberty to murder innocent victims. I’m not going to go into detail because the media coverage has been overwhelming. If you haven’t heard about them, just do a quick internet search and you’ll find them pretty quickly. Despite the […]
I find it weird that one of the most offensive things to an atheist is a simple cross. Atheists claim that they are lanterns of reason, logic, and science. But becoming angry at the sight of a cross isn’t justified by any of those.
Recently bill H.R.5, called the Equality Act, passed through the House of Representatives with a vote of 236-173. This bill will make it illegal for anyone to deny services to anyone who is part of the LGBT(QRSTUV…) community. This bill puts homosexuals and transgender indiviuals under the same protection as African Americans and women. Before […]
The American Medical Association (AMA) has recently made it very clear that (in my opinion) they don’t care about you, your health, or your family. What they care about killing your children, promoting an agenda, and ultimately…money. They may not come outright and say it, but their recent actions this week have proved it. They […]
I’m a big fan of Harry Potter. That might surprise you since this is a website that is founded on a Christian worldview. I do think practicing magic is satanic. I also think seeking out magicians and/or spirits can be dangerous. However, I don’t think if I enjoy a fictional novel about fictional characters is going to send me to Hell. I don’t obsess about it, but I do think it’s an excellent series.
If you don’t know, Harry goes to a school called Hogwarts School of Magic and Wizardry. In some of his classes, he learns how to cast spells. These spells have different purposes and are to be used in different situations, but they all create something out of thin air. It could be something physical, like light, or it could be an action, like levitating an object.
What would you do if your child was watching pornography without your knowledge? I’m sure you’d be pretty upset. It would cut you to the core. But sadly enough, this is a reality that many parents face. Pornography is more accessible than it ever has been. Addiction percentages are astronomical. Not only among men, but […]
A few weeks ago, my church pastor swore-in as a military chaplain. It’s only part-time with a branch of the Reserves, but this will have quite an effect on the church and his local ministry. He rarely misses a service. Ever. But now he’s faced with the fact that he’ll miss 1 Sunday each quarter […]
It was announced last week that the American Psychological Association (APA) is creating a “task force” to remove the stigma associated attributed to consensual multi-partner relationships. In other words, they’re attempting to make polygamy and adultery socially acceptable despite the fact that our consciences tell us that it’s morally wrong to cheat and to be […]
Duolingo has finally come out with Arabic. For Americans, this is probably one of the hardest languages to ever learn. The alphabet looks like random markings and it’s read from right to left. So why on Earth would you want to learn this language? I could have picked a language just as difficult, like Chinese, Japanese, Hindi, or Hebrew. Why Arabic?
Here are 4 reasons…