Mass Shootings – the demons we don’t address

In Jesus’ ministry, He regularly cast out demons. It wasn’t considered “superstitious” – it was a reality. Today, many Christians regularly dismiss demons as something archaic, or only occurring in Jesus’ day. We’ve bought into naturalistic thinking that there must be some “biological disorder” in a person who does evil or crazy things.  So, we look […]

By |November 4th, 2015|blog|0 Comments

Science & its Inability to Confirm God’s Existence

If the goal of science is to determine exactly what happened rather than to construct the most plausible, naturalistic- rationalization of human origin, then Christians and scientists have more in common that previously thought. We are both truth seekers. The biggest difference, in my opinion, is that people of faith are viewed as biased, […]

By |May 6th, 2015|blog|1 Comment

WANTED: Christians Thinkers! Why we need to “think” more than ever

So many Christians I know are too comfortable in their sphere of knowledge, and unfortunately, that sphere is getting too small. If we are to fulfill the great commission, we’ve got to learn more about our faith, especially in today’s culture. Now, in Western culture (all cultures that are directly influenced by Europe from […]

By |March 21st, 2015|blog|12 Comments

Tweeting with Atheists on Morality

I’ve been told not to go there. Don’t engage with atheists on Twitter because they’ll slam you with eager anticipation! Well, I certainly wasn’t looking for a fight, but I have posted things that question the atheistic worldview. I try to respectfully engage people on an intelligent discussion of the big picture issues of […]

By |January 27th, 2015|blog|4 Comments

Thoughts became persons—what the what?

I am fascinated by Near-Death Experiences, or NDEs. I’ve read dozens of varying accounts, but this one really grabbed my attention—a notorious atheist, Alfred Ayer,  in 1988, shortly before his death, had his heart stop for four minutes when he apparently choked on a slice of smoked salmon. Ayer was a British philosopher known […]

By |November 21st, 2014|blog|1 Comment