By now I am sure that you know about the debacle, both in America and in Europe, with the "Syrian refugees". I'm also sure that you've heard more people talking about it than you care to remember (I know I have) but it is important to have an understanding, grounded in fact, and a biblical … Continue reading Western Christianity and the Refugee Question
Well hello again friends, my apologies for the prolonged absence. Life has been crazy with work, school, family, etc. and I've kind of dropped the ball with writing. Before getting into anything too big, I wanted to share with all of you a very encouraging interview I just read between two men that I highly … Continue reading 10 Questions on Prayer with Tim Keller | Desiring God
We live in a world full of dangers. With the shemitah a week away, I felt the need to share a short, basic list of things we should have on hand to be ready.
Many people have been talking about Jonathan Cahn's books "The Harbinger" and "The Mystery of the Shemitah". Here is a beginners guide to understanding the shemitah.
So one issue that I’ve dealt with for a long time now (and many others have as well) is that of election. In case you don’t know what I am talking about I am not talking about campaigns, voter fraud, and Super PACs; biblically the concept of election refers to those who are saved and to whom … Continue reading Election and the Mystery of the Nazarite Vow
The portrait above is known as Christ Pantokrator of Sinai, also known as the Sinai Christ. It was thought to have been commissioned by the Emperor Justinian for St. Catherine's monestary. I first saw this painting in university during a class on the history of Christianity, and it's stuck with me ever since. Now I've … Continue reading Christ Pantokrator of Sinai, or God is Love/Justice
Do you ever feel like you're just drifting along and when you finally speak up about what you see happening in the world those around you tell you to stop overreacting, or to be more tolerant? If so, I want you to know that you are not alone. I've been feeling this way for sometime … Continue reading Standing for Something, or You Are Not Alone