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What’s Killing Christianity pt.2

March 18, 2013 by


What’s Killing Christianity? We are… more specifically Christian Subculture is killing our witness. The more we fight for our rights not only do we seem petty compared to those truly suffering for their faith we are also blatantly disobeying the teaching of Jesus. We do it because of idolatry. Three forms mainly; Greed for power, […]

What is killing Christianity? pt 1

March 4, 2013 by


What’s killing Christianity in America? Let me explain that a little bit. Is Christianity really under attack? Fox News seems to think so, some radio hosts think so, some writers and bloggers definitely think so. They site legislation that “limit’s our rights”, they see it as a form of legal persecution. They talk about how […]

Insular theological communities

September 6, 2012 by


It is common for like-minded people to group together. This is true in education, politics, and religion; among every other category we can come up with. While there are valid reasons theological groups should pool together it can be deadly for groups to become so insular that they ignore or reject those that are different […]

Christians at War

June 19, 2012 by


Christian life is war, a seemingly endless series of battles. It begins at the moment of conversion, maybe before. When we accept our salvation we receive the Holy Spirit and the fight begins in earnest. Before that we could have been content to serve our sin nature and not fight against the things that enslave […]

Romney at Liberty: why are all the blogs silent?

May 18, 2012 by


We are to be about the Kingdom of God, and that has nothing to do with our political affiliations.

Music in the Church – Where we’ve been

May 17, 2012 by


...the [ worship war ] has started to become less and less heated. This is partly because culture has shifted even further left and thus the spectrum we are used to is shifting...

Portrait of Karl Barth | Review – Biography

June 2, 2011 by


Part 1 – Casalis begins by setting forth the widespread impact that Barth has had on the theological community. He also tries to show how, although part of the Reformed church, his works were not defending his niche but were for all Christianity. He also gives some samples of Barth’s work to show his values. […]