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Cultural Observation: God On My Terms

Jerome P. Baggett, professor of religion and society at the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, in regard to people who describe themselves as spiritual: “They’re saying, ‘Yes, I want to have a connection to the sacred, but I want to do it on my own terms–terms that honor who I am as a discerning, thoughtful agent and that affirm my day-t0-day life.'” 26 more words

the Gospel

I wrote the following paragraph in 2011.

Contrasted against those larger and often hairy men, bound for jobs in leadership, it’s no wonder neither the schoolteacher, who was serious and smart, nor the writer, who was sensitive and hopeful, found a wife that summer. 387 more words

The Necessity of Defending Worldviews.

One skeptic provided the following challenge, “Why, if your faith is so strong, do you feel the need to defend your religion? It should need no justification to someone who you perceive as factually incorrect and fallacious.” 426 more words

Christianity

Reflections From 1 KINGS 22: “LOVE IT OR HATE IT, GOD’S WORD IS ETERNAL TRUTH”

As this book of Kings concludes I’m fascinated by how Israel’s King Ahab despises the LORD’S word by hating Micaiah’s word.  This man was a true prophet who unlike those who tickled the kings ear and spoke of peace in the kingdom, Micaiah foretold the truth that defeat and death awaited King Ahab. 378 more words

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How a Christian Worldview Influenced America’s Founding Fathers

Today I offer an article by guest author Andrew Stebbins.

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It might be fair to say that most Americans tend to take our freedom for granted. 922 more words

History

GLOBAL VIEWS

Dear Readers,

I hope you are all faring well? Today I decided to take a little break from our usual philosophical/spiritual topics and shed some light on certain recent issues happening around the world. 665 more words

Self Improvement

When being biased is essential

Your true heart-felt values and core convictions interpret the world that’s happening all around you. I think this is an infallible principle of human nature. We are all biased…according to our deeply held heart beliefs. 975 more words

Christian Living