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Category Archive: Discipleship, Politics, Self Improvement

Who Defines “Good?”

Who defines “good?” You? Me? How does one measure virtue? And how do you convince someone who’s vile that they’re not “good” unless you can point to a standard...

What If It Never Happens?

Musicians are weird. At least, that’s the way the come across sometimes. But it’s not so much that they’re a little “off,” as much as it’s the way they process...

Muscular Christianity T-Shirt and Book Special Offer!

The “Muscular Christianity: 90 Day Workout Plan” features: tips on how to eat right and not just eat “light…” the “Loose Cannon Fitness” audio workout system...

Religion is Bad…

There’s an article that was recently brought to my attention via Facebook entitled, “Study Discovers Children Raised Without Religion Are Kinder And More Empathetic.” It’s...

Dear Jim…

Here’s the thing: I can’t prove that Jesus died and came back to life. I can point to all of the evidence that exists in terms of archaeology, architecture, music, literature, art and...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Unity at the Expense of Truth?

Here’s the quote: “Beware of those who point out what everyone else is doing wrong rather than point people to Christ. We will never come into the unity of doctrine. We are called to the...