Yesterday’s Decision to Repeal Net Neutrality

Yesterday's Decision to Repeal Net Neutrality For those who don't know what net neutrality is, or why yesterday's repeal of it matters, allow me to shed some light, because i have found a majority who are emotionally disturbed by yesterday's decision who have no idea what it even is when asked to describe it. First, I will say that both sides of the debate have good arguments. And we agree on a majority of symptoms. My biggest disagreement

By |December 15th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

The Potter and the Clay: God’s Relationship to Man Through His Justice

The Potter and the Clay: God’s Relationship with Man Through His Justice The Justice of God The justice of God through His shaping, forming and molding of us can best be explained in the analogy of a father and his child. A father tells his child, "I expect you to have cleaned your room by the time I come back. I understand that this is difficult for you and so I have provided you a list of instructions. I

By |September 28th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

The Church Led me to Atheism; Atheism Led Me to the Cross

The Church Led me to Atheism; Atheism Led Me to the Cross "Leave Your Brain at the Door." We moved around a lot while I was growing up, living in Southern California, Maine, and eventually Texas. My father was in the navy since before I was born, so in the years that followed I often had my roots cut out from under me. We were living in a tiny apartment in Southern California when my parents filed for

By |September 13th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Why Can’t God Just Forgive Everyone? Why Sacrifice Your Son?

Why Can't God Just Forgive Everyone? Why Sacrifice Your Son? If you had bought a brand new car and I accidentally drove into it when it was parked in your driveway. You could forgive me. However, no matter how much you forgive me, it doesn't fix the fact that I destroyed your car. So forgiveness is good but appeasement solidifies that forgiveness with a solution. Forgiveness doesn't magically rectify the fact that your car is destroyed, however, the appeasement

By |May 28th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

A.D.D., Codependency, and a Parent’s Responsibility

A.D.D., Codependency, and a Parent's Responsibility I have noticed a trend lately, more so a trend than the growing epidemic it is painted to be. This trend I'm referring to is the ever-growing A.D.D. hysteria. I don't say this lightly either as I've obtained my Bachelor's degree in Psychology. Nor am I suggesting that it is not a true disorder, it most certainly is. And as with all disorders, there is certainly no doubt in my mind that

By |May 22nd, 2017|blog|0 Comments

JACK-OF-ALL-DISGUISES – The Necessity of Church Discipline

Jack-of-all-Disguises A young man – let’s call him Jack – grew up in his local church. His father was a deacon and his mother was a worship leader. Jack grew up with a natural center-stage charisma that allowed him to adapt to any situation and come out on top. In high school, he played football and baseball, was first snare in the school marching band, played on the worship team at youth group, and was the drummer on

By |May 8th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Who Am I? Christian Identity Crisis

Who Am I? Christian Identity Crisis Cradle Christian I was raised in a wonderful service-oriented family where we participated in ministries serving the church in praise & worship, giving food to the less fortunate, and praying with the bitterly broken. It is a virtue I value most and one for which I’m grateful for parents who instilled it within me. I never questioned our beliefs because the proof was in our actions. We sat as a family studying

By |May 1st, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Was My Life Even Worth Taking?

Was My Life Even Worth Taking? Roughly 9 years ago, I was struggling with severe depression. Like a dark cloud hovering over me and no means of escape, so dark that suicide seemed like the only solution. I hated myself more than I hated living and couldn’t care less about how my depression was affecting others. In a very superficial manner, I claimed Christianity. I was raised in a “Christian” atmosphere, brought up attending church service on Sundays

By |April 20th, 2017|blog|0 Comments

Dating Jesus: A Theoretical Presuppositional Analysis of the Historicity of the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus the Christ

Dating Jesus: A Theoretical Presuppositional Analysis of the Historicity of the Death, Burial and Resurrection of Jesus the Christ Presupposing the Authority of the TextThe purpose of this article is to attempt to find the day in which Jesus was born, crucified, buried, and resurrected from the Scriptures alone. One of the many fallacies that students of Scripture commit is attempting to make relevant the records and truth claims made throughout Scripture by supporting them with corroborating external evidences. It

By |April 11th, 2017|arguments, blog|0 Comments

The Gospel – The “Good News”

The Gospel is the “good news”… The word gospel is used indiscriminately these days and can mean a genre of music, a branch of Christian denominationalism, or when referring to the first four books of the New Testament. There is nothing wrong with these definitions, but when we say the word gospel, we speak of something greater than all of that. God is absolutely just and absolutely righteous. This means that anything which is not absolutely righteous, He is just in

By |January 1st, 2017|blog|0 Comments