Category Archives: Biblical insights

My Christian Commitments in a Post-Christian World

Growing up in the west during last few decades of the twentieth century, I took for granted that Judeo-Christian ethics and morality were the social norms and that even many of those who chose to ignore them at least acknowledged … Continue reading

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Jesus is God: 8 Reasons from the Bible

The question of “who is Jesus Christ?” has been a subject of discussion since not long after the world timetable flipped to A.D. Since, at the time of this writing, we are in the midst of Holy Week, culminating in … Continue reading

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No, Christianity Isn’t at Odds with “Science & Facts”

There is a growing liberal sentiment in the world today that having a Biblical worldview means compromising on or even disbelieving science. Phrases like “science denier” or “Christianity and science are incompatible” get thrown around a lot. As Christians, we … Continue reading

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Repentance and Fridge Cleaning

Both tasks are important. One is essential for the Christian. There are some striking parallels I explore in this post. Continue reading

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The Weight of the World vs. The Weight of Glory

A simple reminder of the unshakable hope the Christian has in God’s promises. Continue reading

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Balancing Humor and Gospel Sober-Mindedness

I love to laugh, be silly and spread humor and ridiculum. It gives me great joy to discover or think up something funny and share it with others. If it makes me laugh, or smile, I figure it might do … Continue reading

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To Emote or To Reason: A Primer for Biblical Thinking

“We are living in a time where people hear with their eyes and think with their feelings.” – Ravi Zacharias In a YouTube/social media driven world, the way we communicate and think has been turned on its head from ages … Continue reading

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In Defense of Sola Scriptura

I can’t put my finger on what has caused it as a society, but I’ve seen it countless times. Professing Christians using sources other than Scripture as their go-to for understanding how to make sense of God and any matters … Continue reading

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On Christian Hypocrisy: A Helpful Way to Identify & Sort Out Unseemly Behavior

“Christians are hypocrites.” I’ve heard that phrase uttered many times, often as a stated reason why someone has no interest in attending church or examining Christianity for themselves. To be sure, it is not difficult to find people who claim … Continue reading

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Unpacking a Piece of the Most Important Commandment (If You Don’t MIND)

When I learn something significant or a truth hits me in a new way, especially when it pertains to knowledge of God or spiritual life, it can feel like an earth-shaking moment. Has that ever happened to you? Today, I … Continue reading

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