The “Heretic” Strikes Back: Why I Reject Young Earth Theory

Much ado has been made among my peers regarding my belief in The Gap. I have heard many attacks on The Gap, and I have mentioned and disputed them HERE. However, there have been very few attempts to explain their own beliefs on the matter. I have deduced that many of them likely believe in … Continue reading The “Heretic” Strikes Back: Why I Reject Young Earth Theory

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Reformed Theology: Why I Reject TULIP

As I seek to learn more about The Bible and gain insight on the words of God through teaching, I continually run across a trend in Christianity that I have, until recently, only been vaguely familiar with – Reformed Theology. This sounds interesting. Theology – that is, the study of the nature of God, and … Continue reading Reformed Theology: Why I Reject TULIP

Church Music: You are Not Going to Like This

“Make a joyful noise unto the LORD” (Psalm 100:1). “O come, let us sing unto the LORD: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation” (Psalm 95:1). “Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord” (Ephesians 5:9). A Brief … Continue reading Church Music: You are Not Going to Like This

Should Christians Use Pascal’s Wager?

Have you ever heard the phrase, “better safe than sorry”?  It is often applied to everything from wearing a seat belt to using a helmet when riding a bike to going to throwing away milk that has a slight sour smell.   The idea that we might as well do something that might not be … Continue reading Should Christians Use Pascal’s Wager?

The True Freedom of Religion

A common meme from anti-Christians is that Christianity is a restrictive religion. Many modern churches have also begun to sing this refrain as they attempt to abandon “legalism,” which they mostly define as rigid rules put in place by churches on music and attire (this is not true legalism, but difference in preference as I … Continue reading The True Freedom of Religion

Exposing the “Mental Health Crisis”

In sociology, mental health has long been viewed as a “social construction” like gender, race, etc. It is absolutely true in this case. Autism is new a “spectrum” that can be as wide as the mental health community wishes it to be. Homosexuality and transgenderism used to be afflictions that no longer appear in the … Continue reading Exposing the “Mental Health Crisis”

Movie Review: The Last Jedi

I usually don't write up movie reviews, though I watch so many that perhaps I should. I think most reviewers try to hard to find mistakes so they can be the most prolific basher of a film. I always factor in entertainment. I think there are "bad" movies out there that are highly entertaining. There … Continue reading Movie Review: The Last Jedi

The Satanic Era

In the first episode of Mindhunter, the Netflix show about how the FBI serial killer program began, an interesting proposition was presented. The gist is that prior to the 1970s, crime had motive. In the contemporary era, however, motive was no longer a factor. Serial killers may have a modus operandi, and even a purpose, … Continue reading The Satanic Era

Taking God for Granted

Think of all the things we take for granted in life. The concepts of white privilege and patriarchy are that white males have certain historical advantages that they never actually think about. Things are becoming more egalitarian, for sure. However, Western civilization has been, for better or worse, a product of straight white men exploiting … Continue reading Taking God for Granted