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  • Featured Image Christian, would you fail the “religious test”?

    I have attempted to stay away from political posts this year, unless such topics have a direct line to or from the gospel of Jesus Christ.

    In the past week, there have been a few overtly political events that are rooted in the utter rejection of the truth of the gospel, and one of them involves a man who many Christians supported for president, Bernie Sanders, the so called hero of the common man.  But Sanders has come out squarely against both Jesus and Article 6 of the Constitution. Continue reading  Post ID 378



  • Featured Image Eternity in the echo chamber

    In the wake of the horrific Orlando murders, I am reminded of conversations about death throughout the years that my friends and I have had with various people – many of whom claim no particular allegiance to Christ or Christianity, and some of whom are avowed atheists.  These conversations are good and necessary – we should all be aware that our life is a vapor, here today, gone tomorrow.  Even atheists believe that they could die tomorrow, we all could.

    Nobody is guaranteed tomorrow.

    In these conversations that we have had, we have noticed a few things common in all of them:

    1. Almost everyone believes that there is something after death
    2. Almost everyone believes that they will be in a better place after we die
    3. Almost everyone believes that Omar Mateen is not in a better place

    And almost everyone believes that Omar Mateen is not in a better place for this reason – that he deserves to be punished for what he did. Continue reading  Post ID 327