Monthly Archives: December 2013

Are We Human?

As many of you know, I somewhat recently wrote what I thought was a strategic and tactful blog post on modesty, the one linked as follows. https://chronologyofchris.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/nine-ten-female-modesty-from-a-males-perspective/ A Recent Event Since I published the post there has been a lot of awesome conversation on the topic of … Continue reading

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Miles From Nowhere

Where in the world did this ideology that the Christian life is supposed to be easy come from? As far as I can tell throughout the history of Christianity, from creation to present day, that if you choose to follow God it is … Continue reading

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Misconceptions Regarding Christianity #1: Christians Are Perfect

(Photo: Calvin and Hobbes, written and illustrated by Bill Watterson) Every time I hear someone, Christian or not, make a statement like “Christians are such hypocrites” I always want to reply by saying “yes they are, thank you captain obvious.” This may come … Continue reading

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“Isn’t there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?!”

Sure, this is a day late, but technically Christ was probably not even born on December 25th, so today is about as close to it as what yesterday was. Enjoy this clip in which Linus explains the true meaning of … Continue reading

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Reckless Love: A Free Devotional on 1st John

For those of you who like free stuff, or criticizing a maiden voyage of one’s proper published work, check out the “Reckless Love” section of my blog to download a free devotional on 1st John. I would say “while supplies … Continue reading

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Straight Shooter

“Christians have largely shut up their spirituality into a small corner of life—Sunday church or their Bible studies—instead of realizing the lordship of Christ is to permeate the whole spectrum of life. They have coasted along complacently, often serving up … Continue reading

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Let it Snow

In winter I often see a young boy with a toy tiger, wandering the snowy courtyards of Emmaus.

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