Featured

What Does It Mean to Be Grateful?

Traveling from a poor, third-world country back to the United States is arguably the quickest way to become grateful. Within mere moments of landing, you, the American, realize just blessed you are, and vow to never forget to thank God for what He has blessed you with. Then, two weeks later, you find yourself back …

Continue reading What Does It Mean to Be Grateful?

Monday Q&A 6: God and Man

In our past three Q&A's, we have discussed three highly important topics: the character of God, foundations of Christianity, and Scripture. Yet so far, none of these topics have been as important as the one to be discussed today. God and man. Deus et Hominum. Theós kai ánthropos. The center of Christianity. So why, exactly, …

Continue reading Monday Q&A 6: God and Man

John Grisham’s Guide to the Depravity of Man

Over the summer, I have made it a point to increase my reading load. Mein Kampf, Pride and Prejudice, A Man Called Peter, Pontius Pilate, and many others have been the subject of my reading. Yet, standing apart from the rest, a single author has recaptured my attention, returning my reading to the world of …

Continue reading John Grisham’s Guide to the Depravity of Man

Monday Q&A 5: Scripture

Scripture. The key component to Christianity at its core. The cornerstone of our beliefs. Without Scripture, we have no belief, no Faith, no arguments, and no understanding of God and His existence. The defense of Scripture is so important that it has become a large tenant to Apologetics. Without it, Christianity fails. Because of its …

Continue reading Monday Q&A 5: Scripture

How to Criticize Criticism

As human beings, we are naturally critical of everything. We criticize our living conditions, our morals, our standards, our government, and even our friends. The "mindset of common criticism" has become commonplace within our lives, something we act upon naturally but fail to analyze properly. Standalone criticism is not inherently wrong, yet there are many …

Continue reading How to Criticize Criticism

Monday Q&A 4: Foundations of Christianity pt.2

Hey, and welcome back to another Monday Q&A! Today's topic is "The Foundations of Christianity", the second and last discussion here. Last week, we talked mostly about the depravity and utter sinfulness of man, but this week, our focus turns to Jesus and His effect upon man and sin. So, without any further ado, let's …

Continue reading Monday Q&A 4: Foundations of Christianity pt.2

What is the Optimal Age to Date?

In today's world, dating is treated as a recreational hobby. Many do it for fun or for sport, not really realizing the consequences early dating can bring. Many children begin dating as early as ten when their bodies begin to develop and emotions run high. While some view this as appropriate or even healthy, acting …

Continue reading What is the Optimal Age to Date?