Joining a Church

We are not going to say much as we found a very good article on some questions you need to ask before becoming a part of a new church. Keep in mind that formal membership is not a biblical requirement. It is tax or government requirement to meet non-profit status criteria.¬† Most of the questions … Continue reading Joining a Church


Our Annual Christmas Message

We live in a country where the Christmas season is 3 months long. Yes back in the beginning of Oct. the Christmas music, the Christmas lights and other Christmas decorations were beginning their annual pilgrimage from the storerooms to choice exterior spots. Every once in a while Christmas music could be heard. Now that the … Continue reading Our Annual Christmas Message

What is Wrong with This Discovery? Scientists have found that a "superheated blast from the skies" destroyed cities near the Dead Sea 3,700 years ago, which biblical analysts are saying echoes the destruction of Sodom. You may say we should be happy that science has validated a biblical account. We aren't for there is one glaring error that undermines and … Continue reading What is Wrong with This Discovery?

They Are Not Setting a Good Example

Rider U. rejects student survey asking for Chick-fil-A, says company's values 'haven't progressed' A New Jersey college is refusing to bring Chick-fil-A on campus because its values "have not sufficiently progressed" despite it being the most preferred option among the students We read stories like this all the time. Some are more severe than others … Continue reading They Are Not Setting a Good Example

Sometimes Words Fail Us

When we look at different news stories, different news events, the acts of people who claim to be Christian and more,we just get tired of the amount of evil that gets to rule in the daily lives of people. Here are some examples #1. One of Australia's top wedding magazines has closed down after … Continue reading Sometimes Words Fail Us

Archaeology Gone Bad

You may have heard of this discovery Archeologists have discovered a 1,500-year-old painting of Jesus they say is the oldest known depiction in Israel of Christ being baptized. The painting was found inside a church in the Negev Desert of southern Israel and dates to the Byzantine empire. The church was located in the … Continue reading Archaeology Gone Bad

God’s Revival or Personal Preference Alterations

We decided to go to the Red Letter Christian homepage since we saw them supporting Queer Theology. One of the articles posted that caught our eye was not about how they support homosexuals who refuse to give up their sin. It was about revival- Christianity in America is in a funk. The latest evidence … Continue reading God’s Revival or Personal Preference Alterations

Getting to the truth of migrants

Here is one story that exposes a lot of internal activities that take place among the migrants moving up to America Mexican journalist Alex Backman has released a stunning expose on the caravan from Central America. He says the migrants are robbing and stealing in Mexico. They carjack cars containing just one occupant. There … Continue reading Getting to the truth of migrants

Sin Does Influence Doctrine & Theology

When we read the following article the other day, it was no surprise that the person making the claims was a willful sinner even though they declared themselves to be Christian. Brian G. Murphy, a gay Christian activist who is also co-founder of theology website Queer Theology,¬†claimed Tuesday that Jesus is polyamorous and it … Continue reading Sin Does Influence Doctrine & Theology

Our Comments on a Few Topics 11

Let's start with one of the big ones first: #1 Who Created God- Time is that dimension in which cause and effect phenomena occur. And we have these theorems that tell us that we have the universe come into existence before time exists ," noted Ross. "Which implies for the creator of the universe, … Continue reading Our Comments on a Few Topics 11