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Category Archive: Apologetics, Discipleship, Politics, Social Issues

I) Intro –  A Conflict of Visions “A Conflict of Visions” is a book by Dr Thomas Sowell. In it, he distills the various political philosophies and worldviews into one of two...

A Biblical Approach to Politics | Part II

I) Intro In “A Biblical Approach to Politics | Part I,” we looked how God cares about Politics and He expects us to be engaged. To not be informed makes knowing what to pray for virtually...

A Poem About Jesus by an Islamic Cleric

I was recently participating in a Facebook thread that was questioning the deity of Christ. At one point, a Muslim chimed in and cited this poem written by an Islamic cleric (Ibn Qayyim) who asserts...

Advent

Advent Advent comes from the Latin word, “adventus,” which means, “coming” or “arrival.” Of course, we’re talking about the arrival of Jesus. This is the...

Either God is God or Man is God

Here’s the Problem… Truth is offensive. It just is. No one likes to be told they’re wrong. It’s a lot easier to believe that you are your own bottom line or pretend that there...

Who Makes the Rules?

So, here’s what happened: The “Gay Pride” Club at Independence High School built a float that was featured as part of the Homecoming parade that drove around the High School, down...

Trusted Messengers | Part I

This is Part I of a two part series that uses some data and testimonies that don’t get a lot of air time where the Coronavirus is concerned.  In Part I, we look at the response from...

Sin is a Private Matter…?

Maintaining the idea that sin is “private,” is a misnomer. You can think of it as the flow of traffic. Adam and Eve When Adam and Eve chose to take a bite of that apple, they tapped their brakes...

What Would Your Billboard Say (Part III)

It’s one of those questions that can take you by surprise in that conventional church culture puts a lot of emphasis on who we are apart from Christ. Many of the sermons and a lot of the Praise and...

It’s What You Do Believe

When you hear an atheist talk about what they don’t believe, it’s often articulated in a way that sounds as though his perspective is based on an empirical foundation characterized by...