Though we may sometimes doubt the truthfulness of God’s Word, question His motives in decreeing it, or lack an understanding of how it could come to pass, we will, in the end, see one of two things play out: 1) We will either trust in His Word and find that it, even when tested, always “proves true” and thus reap the blessings of it as we go through life or 2) intentionally keep its vitality at a distance as we search for “enough proof” of its credibility and "enough motivation" before trusting it, only to find that it ultimately “proves true”, and had we only trusted it sooner, we would have been benefiting from its power instead of reaping the consequences of denying it.
What is the best way to approach that difficult person in our life? How can we resolve conflict and confront others without so much anxiety and frustration? Are there some secrets to keeping a cooler head when we need to confront someone? In this recent article, I have laid out 5 of the secrets for … Continue reading 5 Principles for Resolving Conflict
Regardless of who you are, or what background you come from, we could all use some guidance when it comes to dealing with conflict in our lives. Something fundamental for taking steps toward better conflict resolution is understanding that God commands that we love Him and love others. On this second point, we often struggle to … Continue reading 5 Principles for Resolving Conflict
Is there an Achilles heel for Christian theology? What is the crux of Christianity upon which its adherents must stand? How do Jehovah’s Witnesses view Christ’s resurrection and how does it compare with what the Bible teaches? These questions and more are addressed in this post on Easter and the most important elements of the Christian faith.
What is at the heart of the issue of abortion? What is at stake if we are wrong about it? How important are the reasons behind our beliefs on something so divisive in our society? Being an issue that I have cared and thought deeply about for several years, I have finally typed out the reasons … Continue reading My Thoughts on Abortion
There can be a lot of confusion, political bias, and anger that sets in once we begin discussing sensitive issues like this. So before getting into the issues, I want to clarify a few things. 1. I believe this issue far transcends politics, and my goal in this is not to convert you to a … Continue reading My Thoughts on Abortion
What is it that keeps people from believing all of what the Bible claims that Jesus did and said? Is there historical evidence out there beyond the Bible that points to the biblical account of Jesus’ existence and life? What does the evidence found outside of the Bible mean for the skeptic approaching the accounts … Continue reading Confronted by the Historical Jesus
(Pictured above is an image of the Shroud of Turin, located at the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy. It is claimed that this cloth (bearing a negative image) covered the bloodied body of Jesus, leaving an imprint of his figure, face, and marks of his sufferings the day of his crucifixion) … Continue reading Confronted by the Historical Jesus
Aren't we all considered God's children? I have heard this from prominent celebrities, politicians, tv personalities, religious people (including church-goers), etc. In saying we are all God's children, the intentions of the phrase appear quite clear. We all have a common bond as humans because we were all created by God, since God "is love" … Continue reading Are We All God’s Children?
We all seek answers about our reality that are clearly not evident from scientific study and observation of our world. We all desire knowledge of who we really are, how we came to exist here, what we are supposed to do while we are here, where we are going, and why it all matters?