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

Who (or what) is Making Your Choices? Letting Others Think For Us

We’re all tempted to have others think for us because there are so many decisions to make daily, and it gets exhausting! The internet has exacerbated the problem. Making choices now is a lot like a crapshoot—you roll the dice, and hope for the best! The world we’ve created for ourselves has become a […]

By |December 17th, 2014|blog|0 Comments

Bumper-sticker Theology

In many ways, this is exactly what apologists, teachers or pastors are up against in today’s culture—bumper-sticker theology. It seems everyone wants a quick fix to their problems, like slapping a bumper sticker on their car. “Give me a short quote that will answer my questions!” people demand. To perhaps “demand” them to dig a little […]

By |November 28th, 2014|blog|4 Comments

Artificial Intelligence… a “Demon?”

When a CEO of a high-tech company uses a term like “demon” to describe artificial intelligence that grabs my attention. It should grab yours, too. Recently, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla (a manufacturer of electronic sports cars) warned against “unleashing an artificial intelligence demon.” He cautioned an audience at MIT about this kind of […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|blog|0 Comments

Surprising Answers People Give for Calling Themselves “Christian”

Just because someone says they’re a Christian, doesn’t mean that they even understand what it’s like to be follower of Jesus Christ. Some just say it’s because that is how they were raised, or it’s because they think it’s American to be a Christian. They are “Christian in name only (CHINOs).” If you were to ask […]

By |September 15th, 2014|blog|1 Comment