The Precedent for Tyranny

Over this Easter weekend, which was an extremely unique one, we saw Christians defy state orders to remain home and not gather in church, despite the threats of fines and arrest. At one church in Kentucky, the police littered the parking entrance to one church with nails to discourage people from going. At another, one […]

God And Savior: On the Deity of Christ

Last week, I posted a video response to a YouTube video I saw of a Oneness Pentecostal preacher named Pastor Gino Jennings and his attack on the Trinity. As I normally do, I prepared my response in general before I began my rebuttal of his criticisms, and as I prepared for one of his arguments, […]

A Sacrifice of Thanksgiving

This is not a late, nor early devotion to the American tradition of Thanksgiving, rather something I was inspired to write while I was listening/reading the Bible on the way to work yesterday morning. Sometimes I don’t have the time to sit and read my Bible, so I have my Bible app audibly read it […]

Why We Should Remember the Reformation

It is the beginning of October 2020, and we know what this means, do we not? No, I’m not talking about Halloween, a questionable practice amongst Americans. Whether or not you celebrate Halloween, it is a tragic thing that this tradition in America has overshadowed one of the most important anniversaries of October 31st. For […]

The Nature of Faith

In every major religion that, in some form or fashion, arises out of the middle east, which is to say Islam, Judaism and Christianity (along with all of Christianity’s subsets and cults), throughout all their differences has been one thing in common that each have said is necessary to live out their religions, and that […]

To Believe God

What does it mean to believe God? What does it mean to trust Him? How are we ultimately saved? These questions are questions that all of Christendom has asked over the centuries, and it is a question even the cults are obsessed with answering. The LDS gospel claims to hold to Paul’s teachings. But reading […]