Let’s face it, government is a reality we all have to deal with, no matter where in the world we live. As Christians, we need to make sure that we relate to our government in a way that honors God. It is, in general, a simple rule: Christians are to submit to the government and … Continue reading How Should a Christian Relate To the Government?
Intersectionality has become all the rage in a sizeable (and loud) portion of the American church in the last few years, and its effects are being felt in the ‘woke church’ movement. Recently, the Southern Baptist Convention issues a (in my opinion tepid) resolution addressing it that, while saying it’s beneath scripture it is a … Continue reading Toxic Wokeness: A Biblical Critique of Intersectionality
In the age of fashionable Trump-hatred, nothing is sacred. This much is obvious from the anti-Trump opinion piece published at Christian Post, a site that is usually pretty balanced. That’s the risk of an opinion section; don't shoot the messenger. The author, one John L. McCullough, absolutely mutilates the story of Jesus birth to characterize … Continue reading Jesus Wasn’t An Illegal Alien. Stop It.
The debate over social justice in the church is a confusing and sometimes antagonistic mess. There are many reasons for this, but I think one of the chief reasons for the confusion is that there are two definitions of social justice in play. This can lead to Christians who agree on what is right and … Continue reading Social Justice or Justice in Society: What’s the Difference?
A common trope among unbelievers seeking to discredit Christianity is the idea that the Bible has been corrupted over the centuries. This is especially true for the Mormons, whose religion is based on this idea. Joseph Smith (the founder of Mormonism) claimed that all of the denominations of Christianity were utterly corrupt, and that he … Continue reading Bible vs. Book of Mormon, in light of a 2000 year old scroll