#RaceTogether: My Take on Starbucks and Social Responsibility

Let me first say that I don’t think I’ve seen such a unanimous outcry against a company’s decision in a long, LONG time.  In case you somehow haven’t heard, Starbucks promoted the idea to have baristas mark customers cups with a sticker or to write #RaceTogether in an effort to start a conversation of raceContinue reading “#RaceTogether: My Take on Starbucks and Social Responsibility”

The Spectator: Why Does the Battle for Gay Rights Stop at the Borders of Islam?

“So where are all these people who profess to care about gay rights? Their absence suggests to me that agreement has broadly been reached that religious sensitivities trump human rights, as long as the sensitivities in question are Islamic.” – Douglas Murray, columnist for The Spectator (UK)

Excerpt from A.W. Tozer’s “The Knowledge of the Holy”

I was recently speaking with my wife about the state of the Church.  Later I read the following that I felt summed up our conversation quite well and wanted to share it with you. “True religion confronts earth with heaven and brings eternity to bear upon time.  The messenger of Christ, though he speaks fromContinue reading “Excerpt from A.W. Tozer’s “The Knowledge of the Holy””

Je Suis Charlie, or Remember the Dead

I’m sure most have seen the updates on BBC, CNN, MSNBC, FOX News, RT, or any other news outlet about the attack on French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo.  I’ve only ever seen a few covers of the paper and everyone has seemed like it would surely offend somebody.  But let us not forget that theContinue reading “Je Suis Charlie, or Remember the Dead”

Why Non-Christians Don’t Like Christians, or What are We Doing Wrong?

A quick consideration and response to a post by hessianwithteeth.

Bible Prophecy, or A Note Regarding End Times Preaching

A brief response/reflection to the false prophets and teachers that have been feeding this spirit of fear that seems to be plaguing America and pockets of the American church.

Christian Politics, or What Really Matters

Growing up I was always told, “Don’t talk about religion or politics.”  and for the most part I did as I was told, and then I realized that it’s foolish to avoid these very important topics of discussion.  Besides, if you follow this blog you’ve noticed that God is pretty much all I talk aboutContinue reading “Christian Politics, or What Really Matters”