Church Diagnostics: Compromise (Letter 3 of 7)

In case you missed it, here is the introduction to this series, as we look into the seven letters written to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3. My attempt is to harmonize the letters with Church History as well as to use it as a sort of diagnosis on today's churches, looking at the possible pitfalls... Continue Reading →

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Baptism Saves You!

Scripture is so full of beauty, wonder, teaching, truth, and application; yet it also has it's fair share of "hard passages". 1 Peter 3:18-22 is one of them and so I want to delve into the passage in order to answer the strange proposition Peter seems to teach - "Baptism...now saves you". We will also... Continue Reading →

Heaven: Our Great Dichotomy

Heaven is our soul's greatest longing and its’ single worst fear. Our utmost longing for we can sometimes glimpse its’ shadow in the deep notes of a cello, in the glorious colors of a sunset by the sea, and in the eagle’s graceful flight, as it soars into the wind. Yet heaven is also our... Continue Reading →

More Friend Than Any Friend

There is nothing on this earth more to be prized than true friendship. - Thomas Aquinas A curious idea started forming in my mind as I read Song of Solomon 5:16 - "His mouth is most sweet, and he is altogether desirable. This is my beloved and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem." Here the woman... Continue Reading →

The Pursuit of Truth

I have seen men old and young, men of old and men of now--slaves to doubt, chained by reason. Is life a sick experiment--has nature formed us to deceive and break us? Or are we breaking ourselves with our own thoughts and passions? Is our hope of life, a fulfilled life, simply a vanishing hope... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Postmodernism

I was shocked at what I heard from the back row. I was sitting in an English and Psychology class at a Community College and when my classmate began to speak I couldn't believe what I was hearing. You learn about Postmodernism from books, you have an idea of what people could in fact think,... Continue Reading →

The Price of Freedom

You've seen the bumper-stickers and the parades against war. We want freedom, but we want it for free. Yet can freedom ever be free? (The fact that Che is a hero of "Freedom" is more than ironic. I will save his story for another post, and will do my best to uncover the true Che.... Continue Reading →

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