I say it’s time for us to be concerned about what is said far more than the way it is said. Time to be focused on facts rather than feelings. Time to worry more about substance and less about style.
I’m writing this Christmas article on December 28th. On purpose. If the stores and TV advertisements can start telling me about Christmas in October, surely I can write about it three days after the big day. What ever happened to the Christmas Season? Personally I love Christmas and all its customs and traditions, especially the music. But I like it in doses, and not in October. I refuse to listen to Christmas music until after […]
With the Texas church shooting fresh in our minds, we need to understand that what happened there in ten seconds is a microcosm of the relationship between the church and the culture. Just as in Texas yesterday, the church is under assault from those who would dilute its witness, wreck its families, and destroy Christianity altogether were it possible (it’s not). The swift, skillful, and Godly action of the congregant brought a fitting and timely […]
Despite his best efforts, Stephen King declares himself to be a huge fan of the one person he seeks to destroy: Jesus Christ. After recently re-watching IMDb’s highest rated film (something, in my mind, as carrying WAY more weight than any accolade from Rotten Tomatoes), one must conclude that the Shawshank Redemption continues to be relevant, entertaining, timeless, and just beautiful. From the score to the scenery, the acting to the actors, the directing to […]
A bedrock principle of epistemology (how we can know anything) is that God exists first. There must be a Creator God, independent of us, who defines truth, proof, and reality. Truth can only be eternal and unchanging by existing outside of time, space, and humanity. If we get to define it, how is it going to be unchanging?
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