Monthly Archives: March 2015
Listen to anyone criticize Christianity and eventually they may mention the notion that Christian holidays are based on pagan holidays. Which would make sense if ancient Christians celebrated modern holidays like Christmas and Easter. But they didn’t. The book of … Continue reading
We have exactly zero writings of Socrates today, do you believe he existed? If you take the four Gospels, and consider them as the four different accounts they are, written at four different places, at different times, by different people, … Continue reading
I’ve determined I’m a horrible example of a Christian. (I am a wonderful father, just not someone you can point to and say, “he is a good example of a Christian.”) I reached this conclusion during a time of deep … Continue reading
Have you heard about Kelly Renee Gissendaner? The Georgia woman is on death row for a murder she didn’t commit, but did plan with her lover, the actual killer. Her lover, Gregory Owen, plead guilty to the murder and assisted … Continue reading
Shopping at Costco today, my wife and baby and I garnered a lot of attention because we were wearing matching hockey jerseys. Checking out, I struck up a brief conversation with the man boxing our items. Probably in his late … Continue reading
Are you familiar with Plato’s allegory of the cave? A super simple explanation goes like this: People are chained in a cave, facing a back wall, unable to turn their heads. There’s a fire behind the people and objects hung … Continue reading
Intercessory prayer. A blog about prayer and my daughter, from the other blog I write.