Pro-Life Reasoning Not Limited to Conservatives, Religious

Updated version of an article originally published in The Daily Beacon on Friday, January 16, 2009 A problem with our modern political discourse is the tendency to rely on bumper-sticker logic as a substitute for substantive reason. Nowhere is this more evident than in the eternal war over the ethics of abortion. The clichés are … Continue reading Pro-Life Reasoning Not Limited to Conservatives, Religious

Biblical Inerrancy and Alleged Bible Contradictions

  I want to know one thing, the way to Heaven. God Himself has condescended to teach the Way. He has written it down in a Book. O give me that Book!"-John Wesley   God's Word changes lives! I, as well as multitudes of others, know this from personal experience. In the pages of the … Continue reading Biblical Inerrancy and Alleged Bible Contradictions

A Response to “The West Wing” Bible Scene

One would think this would be old news by now, but a twenty year old television clip continues to make waves today. More specifically, this scene from the critically acclaimed TV show “The West Wing” is still frequently used in an attempt to discredit both the Bible and those who believe it: https://youtu.be/S1-ip47WYWc The second … Continue reading A Response to “The West Wing” Bible Scene

Jesus and Homosexuality

As the endless culture wars continue to escalate in our nation and around the world, much of the rhetoric centers around the issue of homosexuality. Furthermore, people on all sides of the debate clamor to make the Lord Jesus Christ a spokesman for their cause. If you are in this situation, I would like to … Continue reading Jesus and Homosexuality

The Cross: Violent Grace

A number of years ago, I saw a sign on a church marquee which read "Salvation is free, because God paid so dearly for it." This central truth, although believed by all Christians, is one which we all too often take for granted. When you think of the Cross, what comes to your mind? In … Continue reading The Cross: Violent Grace