Posts in Christianity,Philosophy
Why most of us, when looking to pinpoint evil, are looking in the wrong places.
In all of the fuss about the economic downturn (and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t obsessed with talking about what’s going on these days), I worry that I’m missing out on a chance to do something worthwhile, unusually impactful.
The differences between the church of the first few centuries and everything that came after are staggering. I don’t see how a Christian could read about the early church and not think something has gone terribly terribly wrong.
What if the wide path and the narrow path don’t mean what most of us think they mean?
It’s amazing what you can tell yourself if you just avoid eye contact.
Why attempting to scientifically prove God is a fruitless, pointless exercise.
The church had a chance to show compassion and love to one of it’s most loving leaders. The church failed.
Every few weeks I get reminded that I work too much. I have a day like today, a day spent at the house watching Walk The Line, eating and being unproductive…and it noticably upsets me. I like to work, and when I don’t I feel as though I’m wasting time. What is that? I believe [...]
For all my character flaws, I feel as though I’m generally a pretty good natured guy. But these past few weeks I’ve been extremely angry. The majority of clients we work with are fantastic – good natured, easy going, and excited to be collectively striving to acheive a shared goal. But once in a while [...]