Monday Q&A 7: Christian Worldview Application

Worldview is a difficult topic to discuss, given the fact that the subject changes based on the person. Because everyone has a different worldview, it can become difficult to even speak on the subject, let alone have a decent discussion on the topic. Christian worldview, on the other hand, is a unifying topic that needs …

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God’s Glory Through Sinful Man

God's glory is perhaps the most fascinating and central subject for a Christian. It is a key factor to the death and resurrection of Christ, and actually is one of the reasons for Christ's death in the first place. Furthermore, God's glory is the biggest reason for Christians to act as they do. Truly, it …

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What The Holiness of God Taught Us About Speech

In R.C Sproul’s book The Holiness of God, God’s Holiness is described in detail. We learn of holy fear, holy love, and holy anger, all attributes that are found either within him or us, as creatures made in his image. However, holiness is not something that can be literally defined. While the Greek word for …

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An Interview With Joshua Swanson

I was recently given the opportunity to talk to my blogging friend Joshua Swanson. Having been familiar with his work for a long time, I was very comfortable asking him questions and having the same directed at me. Needless to say, we had some fun with it in both our question creation and answers. Joshua …

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Throwback Saturday: Christ’s Coffee

Yep, you knew it was coming. Coffee is, after all, one of the Africa Boy pillars. It's what keeps me (and probably you) sane. So, if you aren't a coffee fan, dry your eyes and click that back button, because this post isn't for you. Coffee does make you a better Christian. Of course, I'm …

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One Nation, Under God

"A Public Policy Polling (PPP) national survey conducted between February 20th and February 22nd of Republican voters, found that an astonishing 57 percent of Republicans want to dismantle the Constitution, and establish Christianity as the official national religion (Brekhus 2015)." This article was written over four years ago, and yet that doesn't make it any less …

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Christian Dating in a Secular World

The word “dating” often brings out mixed emotions and views. Secular people think of dating as a commonplace activity, comparable to sports or television in what it brings. Christians think of dating with many different opinions. Some treat it just as commonly as non-believers do, while others give it a wide berth. Some give it …

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Jokes Aside

I am a jokester, plain and simple. I love a good laugh, especially from a funny, well-placed joke. However, sometimes I joke so hard it becomes difficult for people to know exactly when I am kidding and when I am not. Is it even possible to be joking so much but then begin talking about …

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