The Consumer Driven Church, Part 1

Today, I believe that churches struggle with something that is a product of our American mindset, and it is so deeply ingrained into our culture that we must wage war within the Body to rid the American church of this ailment, namely consumerism. Additionally, I believe that there is a mindset in our churches that church staff members are employed… (more…)

The Christian Perspective on the Death of Osama Bin Laden

Most if not all of us have heard about the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden.  The question is how should the Christian respond to this event?At some level I think that all of us who are Americans feel some sort of relief, some sort of satisfaction that, as President Obama said, ” Justice has been done.” Here’s… (more…)

Orthodoxy and Orthropraxy

Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy are important theological terms with an even more important application to how one lives their life. It seems that there is a major disconnect in American Christian culture between these two.  One, Orthodoxy, is what we ought to believe. The other, Orthopraxy, is what we ought to do. Even as I write that statement what I hear… (more…)

LDS Temples — The Requirements for Salvation in Mormonism

There aren’t to many things that will get me fired up very quickly. Typically, when functioning in an apologetic roll, I am pretty calm, cool and collected. I try to be logical in my thought processes and cogent in my speech. That said, I want to bring to you something that makes me lose my cool, something that even as… (more…)

Christians Don’t Exist??? A Commentary on George Elerick

Note: This article was Sent to George prior to it’s posting. George Elerick is a Character. I enjoy his posts on Facebook because, half the time he makes my brain hurt from trying to figure out what in the world he is talking about, the other half of the time I have figured out what he is saying, and I… (more…)

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