Category Archives: Popular Culture

Jesus is Coming Soon! #2:
What About the United States?

By | 31 Aug 2011

One of the things which fascinates me lately is how we Christ-followers are so double-minded about the end times. On one hand, there are those of us who spend a great deal of time, effort, and money proclaiming we are in the closing seconds of the remaining minute of the final hour of the last days before Jesus’… Read More »

The God Who Speaks

By | 30 May 2011

As I described in my very first post, there exists a philosophy I call “man’s religion”, not in the sense of gender, but of mankind. And I covered there many of the major distinctions between man’s religion and true, biblical Christianity in that post. One of the misconceptions about God inherent to man’s religion is He is silent.… Read More »

Jesus is Coming Soon! #1:
Errors in Eschatology

By | 20 May 2011

Maranatha! This word has been the hope of all believers since Jesus checked out of here at the Ascension. It’s an Aramaic word meaning, “Our Lord will come!” And we believers have been looking forward to that epochal event for just over 21 centuries now. Jesus’ return to this earth in His Godhead glory is one of the… Read More »

Jesus is God

By | 17 Mar 2011

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, you Irish folk! One of the things theological and political liberals get wrong in the name of “tolerance” and “diversity” is their total misunderstanding of the claims and teachings of Jesus Christ and how those claims and teachings are supposed to affect our everyday lives. In their intellectual ignorance of world religions, they hold… Read More »

Acts of God — Not! #1:
Christianity vs. Man’s Religion

By | 12 Oct 2010

Over the last 2 millennia or so since Christ’s resurrection, Christian doctrine has slowly and inexorably been infiltrated by corrupting influences. There is a constant battle between the plans, purposes, and intentions of the Almighty versus our satanically-deceived human tendencies to hinder/interfere with them using our own limited understanding and corrupt value systems. That’s the bad news. The… Read More »