Books are written, songs sung, and poems recited praising the dignity of obtaining the ultimate point of contentment in this life. Yet… I would submit that the touted moral search for peace can actually be more dangerous to our souls. … More You Don’t Need Peace
Self-sustaining people are not sustained by God. Unshackle yourself from the burden that the results of your striving rest with you. Let loose the chains of the sentiment that your intellect must be matched by equal intellect to be considered valid. Truth is truth. And its power lies in God’s power, not your own. … More You’re Not That Powerful.
Control. We crave it. But are we willing to set aside personal ambitions, if it means just one would turn to Jesus? Our calling is bigger than our little empires. … More Little Empires
Justice is a noble and virtuous ideal. It is paramount for the flourishing of a society. However, the pursuit of justice for its own sake is a misplaced effort. Read on to find out why. … More Justice… for its own sake
I have much more to improve upon. But my shortcomings are not an indictment against the truth of Christ. In fact, our recognition of falling short actually points us to Him. Don’t believe me? … More Lamenting Apathy
Could it be that our reasons for believing/acting specific ways are not intellectual, but rather volitional free choices in response to anticipated consequences? ESPECIALLY with Christianity. … More False Pretenses
Society has a moral conundrum… much deeper than we are all led to believe. Namely, do objective morals exist? Not without Theism. … More Hitler, Jesus, and Us: A Moral Conundrum
With the ongoing debates surrounding many social issues at a fever pitch, it has caused me to ponder the absurd ethics of our day. Namely, how inconsistently we apply ethical positions. How do we address issues surrounding the quality of human life if we don’t first affirm the existence of life? … More Affirmation of Life vs. Quality of Life