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Does Christianity Oppress Women? How biases influence views

Many women I have encountered over the years perceive the Christian faith as one that oppresses women. Some will not even consider Christianity as a reasonable religion to place their faith in because of this presupposition. Is this a fair assumption? These prejudices do exist, yet I will show that they stem from a […]

By |December 27th, 2017|blog, writings|9 Comments

The War of “The Word” – what about Biblical interpretation?

As a Christian Apologist, I have noticed that our credibility among non-believers lacks when Christians argue over how to interpret the Bible. This is understandable. It is one of the areas in the Body of Christ that is hotly contested, debated, and has caused much division.

The first fifteen-hundred years, the Church was under one […]

By |December 12th, 2017|blog|9 Comments

Mary’s BIG Family Story – 20 adopted children!

November is National Adoption Awareness Month
Although I primarily blog on apologetic-related themes, once in a while, I veer off simply because I feel an inspirational story must be told. Mary’s story is one of those stories a writer simply cannot pass up! 
I first met Mary Doelman through Biola University’s online Masters program in Apologetics. I […]

By |November 17th, 2017|blog|8 Comments

Being Present in the NOW: Cultivating Holy Moments

Simple, quiet times set apart for God are truly Holy moments. You don’t need to be sitting in the Crystal Cathedral, or watching an illuminated sunset full of colors (although those can be Holy moments) to find God in the present moment. Every day you can find ‘the Holy’ in routine, in your home, […]

By |November 8th, 2017|blog|15 Comments

Examining Islam: is it a reasonable faith to trust?

In the wake of 9/11, life in the United States, and throughout the world, permanently changed. Not only was American security threatened and freedoms lost (one simply can’t board an airplane without being scanned, analyzed, and profiled into some governmental data system), but a religion most Americans knew little of hit the front pages: […]

By |October 30th, 2017|blog|6 Comments