Setting The Scene The year is 2020 and all is pandemonium. Smoke from riots gushes upward to fill the air in major cities. Lockdown mandates permeate the air as much of the American populace lives in terror of COVID-19. A presidential election with massive consequences looms large every day. Yet, in the middle of that year, John MacArthur and the elders at Grace Community … [Read more...] about The God of 1%
John MacArthur, Gavin Newsom, and The Authority of Scripture
Declaring Christ With Boldness Pressing on the minds of many Christians today is striving to understand how we should relate to civil authorities. Believers throughout history have wrestled with this question amidst all kinds of circumstances. During some seasons, believers have thrived amongst civil authorities who desire to be faithful in their duty as servants of God. In … [Read more...] about John MacArthur, Gavin Newsom, and The Authority of Scripture
Coolheaded Amidst The Chaos: A Call For Clarity and Courage Instead of Fear
A Fearful Population Throughout the events of 2020 and 2021, one of the critical issues I have personally seen is the rise of fear amongst the general population of America. This issue is not limited to those on the left or right, it is not a younger as opposed to older generational phenomenon. Rather, I have observed people of all ideological and theological stripes, as … [Read more...] about Coolheaded Amidst The Chaos: A Call For Clarity and Courage Instead of Fear
Does Loving Your Neighbor Mean You Must Take A COVID Vaccine?
The Trump Card Argument One of the primary callings for Christians is to possess a deep love for others. We are commanded to love the Lord our God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love our neighbors as ourselves (Luke 10:27). These are fundamental truths Christians are agreed upon. However, here lately, it seems as though many believers have forgotten … [Read more...] about Does Loving Your Neighbor Mean You Must Take A COVID Vaccine?
Open The Church: Re-Examining Fundamental Beliefs
Addressing Basic Assumptions Hello friend, this is part 2 of an article series I wrote addressing pastors on the issue of opening the church. If this is your first time to the blog, welcome, and I would recommend you check out part 1 of this series here. You, dear reader, are evaluating my words and opinions based upon your own previously held foundational beliefs. I … [Read more...] about Open The Church: Re-Examining Fundamental Beliefs