5 Doubt-filled Questions Every Christian Can Answer

In this day and age of skepticism, Christians should be able to provide basic answers to questions about their faith. Here are five doubt-filled questions aimed at Christians today:
1.Moral Truth— Isn’t this just a matter of opinion?
Many have concluded that morality must be relegated to opinion. This is called Relativism. This belief states that […]

By |August 14th, 2017|blog|1 Comment

Pierced for Our Transgressions: a book summary of a vital doctrine

Three Important Truths I learned about Penal Substitution
It’s troubling that some theologians don’t see penal substitution for what it is—a Holy God affecting retributive justice at immoral man for committing a crime against Him. Some of their objections are absurd. To me, it’s perfectly clear that the doctrine of penal substitution is not only […]

By |June 23rd, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Politically Incorrect Blog on Gay Marriage

Is it a coincidence that homosexual love is barren? It provides no fruitfulness, no life-bearing. Why? Because God designed sexuality to be fruitful, and only heterosexual couples can produce offspring. Even if you take the moral aspect out of homosexuality and just look at the science—it tells us about the law of biogenesis: “life comes […]

By |July 31st, 2015|blog|1 Comment

Is Making a Mistake a Sin? Is Imperfection a Sin? Let’s Talk About Inerrancy

There are heated discussions among Evangelicals regarding the Bible as the Word of God and what, exactly, that means. The argument centers on the word “inerrant.” One of the definitions of Biblical inerrancy is perfection—not a single word can be wrong. Others have defined inerrancy by stating all Biblical claims are all true because […]

By |July 17th, 2015|blog|0 Comments