Category Archives: Christian Theology

He is Risen! #2

By | 7 Apr 2012

Once again it is the most significant holiday, in fact the only truly scriptural holiday, in the Christian calendar: Easter. Our church does a huge outreach during this season, trying to reach the CEOs (Christmas & Easter Only) of our community. As part of this, we celebrated Good Friday by serving communion and praying for people by our… Read More »

A Scriptural View of Homosexuality & Homosexuals

By | 25 Feb 2012

Quite awhile back, I watched an episode of Dr. Phil where they were exploring the issue of homosexuality vs. Christianity. One of the lesbians appearing in that episode made the following statement: Let’s not forget that the Bible was used to deny women the right to vote, to support slavery and look what “good and decent Christians” did… Read More »

Who’s In Charge?
The Cosmic Battle For Control

By | 16 Dec 2011

There is a very short list of the items we’re supposed to be majoring in as Christians. This is God’s order of priorities established from the foundations of the world. Everything else can be neatly summed up under one of these four: Submit to God. Love one another. Control our flesh. Resist the devil. Simple isn’t it? But… Read More »

Thoughts on Christmas

By | 11 Dec 2011

Merry Christmas! A lot of commentaries tend to come out this time of year dealing with the significance of Christmas. This is mine. The Burning Questions Is Christmas actually unmentioned in the Bible, and; Is this an issue we need to be concerned about?

The Rise of Christianity

By | 8 Dec 2011

My life-long absolute favorite genre of literature, film, and computer gaming is science fiction. Sci-fi has captured my imagination since I was in 3rd grade or so when I would check out and voraciously consume stacks of novels by Heinlein, Asimov, Bradbury, and others from the El Paso Public Library — I have never outgrown my passion for… Read More »