Ashton Kutcher & Why Sex is Not Morally Neutral

Ashton Kutcher & Why Sex is Not Morally Neutral

 cv Recently, celebrity Ashton Kutcher appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to speak about child sex trafficking. First, among all the political and social nonsense spewing from every direction these days, it’s good to see someone putting his fame and wealth towards something worth fighting for. Give it a watch/listen; it’s worth the time, though not … Continue reading

Quick Responses to Bad Memes #2 (Ricky Gervais Version)

Quick Responses to Bad Memes #2 (Ricky Gervais Version)

Welcome to “Quick Responses to Bad Memes #2” i.e. “the Ricky Gervais Version” i.e. “the meme + video version” i.e. “Don’t get your theology from a comedian #2.” If you see this meme… Reply with this meme… In early February, Some people got excited that Ricky Gervais (atheist) and Stephen Colbert (Roman Catholic) had a short (very … Continue reading

The “Telephone Game” Myth: Has the New Testament Been Changed Over Time?

The “Telephone Game” Myth: Has the New Testament Been Changed Over Time?

*** If you prefer, there is a short version of this article on my church’s website here.*** It seems everyone has an opinion about Jesus. Some say he was a wise, moral man; some say he was a myth; some say he was God in the flesh. But first, how do we even know about … Continue reading

The New Paganism (Part 1) Are There Many Paths to God?

The New Paganism (Part 1) Are There Many Paths to God?

  Pluralism = The New Paganism In many ways, Western Christians are living in a culture that is increasingly like the first culture that the first Christians lived in: a pagan culture. Christianity was born and spread within the Roman Empire, a place of many gods and many ways of worshiping, where most* religions were seen … Continue reading