Category: Christianity

How to discern God’s will in your life

There are so many decisions in life with unknown variables and consequences that it only makes sense to seek God for answers and guidance. How we go about acquiring that guidance though has been the subject of much debate, misinformation and controversy. And yet…

Matt Walsh is a morally preening blowhard who does not know Scripture and is ignorant of reality

Matt Walsh recently wrote an article titled: Dear Millennial Men, Don’t Be Afraid of Marriage and Fatherhood, another subtle hit piece designed to shame men into marrying up without regard to the inherent dangers of marrying in this day and age. He writes: I…

Living in the shadows – Christians who have gone Galt

I’ve often considered myself to be a stranger in a strange land. No matter where I turned, I remained a lone square figure trying to fit into the circle of life, particularly when it comes to trying to find fellow Christians who believe as…

Is there a bad moon a-rising?

There might be, but it won’t be happening this weekend. There’s been some very unusual “end of the world” Christian fads lately that revolve around the blood moon events, and supposedly beginning today (up to the harvest moon event on culminating on September 28th)…

Being introverted is not a sin, despite what @Challies would tell you

Tim Challies is one of those people who’s made a living out of having an opinion and running a blog to express that opinion on. I was never a fan of his material, generally finding his writings to be contradictory or at odds with…

A Church of One

I’ve made a couple of attempts to plug in into the “Christian” community here in Colorado Springs, but it’s hard to really express why I’m having difficulty finding a good church in a way that most people could understand. Churchians are so reared in…

Happy Resurrection Day – What it means to be a new man in Christ

Lately I’ve been thinking about the wisdom of writing about things that annoy me.  (And believe me, there are a LOT of things that annoy me.)  Generally, it is very easy to encourage provocation and controversy by blogging, because so many of us live…