Western society, the United States in particular, is a Christian dominated culture. Even if many aren’t “practicing” Christians, the majority of people in the western sphere of influence are aware of Christianity, its essential tenants and appropriate buzzwords. For many modern Christians, this information is what powers their belief system. … More Collective Christian Subconscious
As you know I’ve been having problems with my wife. You can read my post entitled Selfishness and Joy to get some of the general idea of where we’ve been. Things have been turbulent over the last few weeks, but things have been improving very much. As I mentioned in the other article my wife … More Forgiveness
Selfishness Right now I’m going through an extremely painful time in my life, but specifically in my marriage. This might actually be the worst pain I’ve ever been through. I’ve gone through some tough times, but everything I have is on the line right now, my wife, my best friend, my family, my son. I question … More Selfishness and Joy
Today, I was sent a link to an article about the meaning of the sixth commandment: http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/dennis-prager/you-can-kill-but-not-murder/ I think most Christians know this, or get the gist of this so I’m not going to get into the depths of that particular discussion right now. Lately, I’ve been making a disgusting habit of reading below the … More Two Degrees This Way
I’ve been thinking about and mulling over my next post here. I’m really trying to figure out a direction to take this blog and where I want to start. I still haven’t discovered that road yet, but I wanted to share an incredible experience with you! This evening I was writing a post on my self … More Evidence of the Holy Spirit
Before I began a serious pursuit of Biblical study I had become familiar with the basics of the Bible over the years through friends, family, and, primarily, the media. Armed with this loose “knowledge,” I would read articles, commentaries, and opinions and I would watch videos related to all things “biblical.” I believed I had a grasp … More All truths, but no Truth
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