I mentioned it on Facebook, but the new Star Trek is arguably the best Trek film of all of them. I spoiled nothing about the film for myself. I saw only the trailer and avoided reviews or any other discussion, so I will avoid any spoilers whatsoever. First of all, the movie is better than [...]
I just realized something. Thinking about reading Michael’s book no longer makes me feel like I wanna barf. I guess that means it’s time to find a copy and read it.
I like how a dispensational Baptist thinks he’s an authority on Reformed ecclesiology.
Remember when I liked theology? Here’s Jack Kilcrease, talking about ontology, Christology, and justification. It’s interesting stuff.
These non-denominational churches sure do a lot of denominationy stuff.
That’d be a good quote if it were true. But it isn’t. I remember CCM songs from my evangelical days that hit the notes she describes. In fact, CCM is far more likely than traditional Protestant hymnody to talk about “the experience of being human.” “O Come All Ye Faithful” “A Mighty Fortress,” and “O [...]
There aren’t a lot of people less qualified to talk about theological disputes within Christianity than Thomas Jefferson. Richard Dawkins is on that short list.
Amid all this discussion, it helps to understand what makes a CEO unique. The purpose of the office of CEO is to meet the goals of the board of directors. In a for-profit company, he is acting on behalf of the shareholders to increase the value of their property and bring them an income in [...]
This is a pretty standard Catholic take on suffering. TL;DR – It’s all for the greater good and to help prepare you for heaven. Under this umbrella is the traditional belief that suffering is a means by which you pay off the temporal debt of sin that you’ve earned before God. The crappier your life [...]
I distinctly remember being told that it’s my fault for using the wrong trigger-phrases when people fail to read correctly.