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Author Archive: Bruce Gust

Chapters and Verses – the Poison of Progressive Christianity

Progressive Christianity is characterized by a willingness to question tradition, acceptance of human diversity, a strong emphasis on social justice and care for the poor and the oppressed, and...

He Needs to be Guilty

For two years, opponents of President Trump have been salivating over the Mueller Report, believing that he would find what they were hoping for: A legitimate reason to believe that Trump...

Why Are They So Smug?

It’s frustrating, sometimes, to listen to atheists pontificate about Jesus as though He’s nothing more than a myth crafted by weak minded individuals who are desperately trying to craft a...

The China Study | Part IV – Heart Disease

So, what is heart disease and how can diet and nutrition not only prevent it, but reverse it as well? Whether your family has a history of heart attacks or not, buckle up! What we’re getting...

Drum Lessons – Whatever is Worth Doing is Worth Doing Right!

Anything worth doing is worth doing right. That sounds pretty obvious, but when it comes to fitness, it’s not always easy to discern what constitutes the “right” way to do things....

The China Study | Part III

Doctors vs Dietitians Doctors don’t get a great deal of academic training when it comes to the way in which one’s diet can prevent and reverse some of the more common diseases that plague...

Do Intelligent People Tend to Not Believe in God?

A recent article in Christianity Today entitled “Why Intelligent People Are Less Likely to Be Religious” does a great job of quantifying that headline so the reader walks away with a...

Vitamins vs Popeye

You may have heard the terms “Essential” vs “Non-Essential.” They refer to the ability of your body to manufacture its own nutrients as opposed to those nutrients that have to...

Why?

Here’s a quote from Representative Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “I’m not saying that Bill Gates or Warren Buffett are immoral, but a system that allows billionaires to exist when there...

The China Study | Part II

She just seemed weird First of all, she was a vegetarian. That always seemed a little “off” to me because, oftentimes, that dietary regimen always seemed to be accompanied with some...