What People Think About the Bible

Last week I conducted a survey on what people thought about the Bible. I set out to survey ten and got forty instead, and I was pleasantly surprised by the responses. Most people used positive and fitting words to describe the Bible. There were a lot of answers like “the word of God” and “divinely... Continue Reading →

How Can We as Christians Aid Lonely People?

Let's talk about millennials (which includes me). We are the foremost generation exposed from juvenile to the postmodern worldview of standards, understandings, and detestations. Justice, for example, is defined as acceptance in which moral values have misplaced objectivity to the individual and reserved agreement. We live in a biosphere where community has been forgone to... Continue Reading →

By What Means Did This Occur? The Most Christians Nation in the World is Progressively Becoming one of the Furthermost Secular.

The colonial era of American history was a far more biblically sophisticated and knowledgeable world than ours today. While several did not hold Christian faith, they were formed and existed within its value system. The colonial-era birthed the national tenet of “God Bless America”, moments of silence, and “In God We Trust”. Yet our era... Continue Reading →

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