I am Second

Jim Munroe: a Christian and an illusionist. At 29 he was diagnosed with a rare leukemia, his immune system attacking his own body. This remarkable testimony tells how he found faith, survived leukemia, and the stunning parallels he discovered between God rescuing him physically and God rescuing us spiritually. To defeat leukemia, he was emptied... Continue Reading →

Prayer is not a phone conversation

God possesses an infuriating manner of not answering prayers sometimes. Especially if the answer is "no." Or "you decide." Often, I arrive at the point where a decision simply has to be made and God hasn't delivered a scroll from heaven with his decision, so I do what I think best. And immediately I have... Continue Reading →

The Gospel Truth: Mark & Luke

A follow up on our discussion about the likelihood of Matthew being the original author of the Gospel bearing his name - or at least being intimately involved with the work that brought that book together ( The Case for Matthew ). Let's look at the shortest Gospel, Mark - and the longest Gospel, Luke. The... Continue Reading →

What I Learned from Protesting

Based on that title, some of you are here for a post all about the positives of protesting and its ability to affect legislation. Others of you are here for a post that details why protesting is the hallmark of entitled millennials and/or poor people who should be working instead. Guess what? You're all wrong.... Continue Reading →

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