A common question and often times debated topic for most Christians and non-Christians alike during the holidays is, "What was the Christmas star that the wise men or "Magi" saw?" Much speculation has been centered around this mysterious object with theories being promoted via documentaries and books with explanations ranging from the conjunction of planets … Continue reading What Was The Star Of Bethlehem?
Speaking up against corruption is nobler than remaining silent. Doing good is greater virtue than being nice. Standing up against tyranny takes greater courage than hiding in your house. Assuming the role of a soldier is of greater value than playing the victim. Fight the good fight, assume the role of the archetypal hero, be … Continue reading Act Out The Hero
A radically new theory of evolution that has been conjured up over the past decade or so by Lynne Isbell, suggests that snakes were the root component that enabled us to increase our vision and enlarge our brains over the course of the past 100 million years. Snakes were a constant threat to the survival … Continue reading The Transformative Power Of Encountering The Unknown
For approximately 150 years now, since the time that John Nelson Derby promoted the pre-tribulation rapture theory, most of the church has misunderstood the correlation in occurrence of that of the rapture and second coming. Much of the church today maintains the belief that the rapture will occur prior to the tribulation era, while Christ's … Continue reading Is The Rapture And The Second Coming Separate Events?
The first lesson of a series of lessons focused on Christian apologetics and philosophy. During this first lesson, I go on to explain how important our beliefs are and how those beliefs go on to affect our entire mode of being. It is essential to understand what it is that you believe as an individual … Continue reading Christian Apologetics And Philosophy: Precision In Belief
Let us never forget how susceptible people are to become possessed by radical ideologies that produce mass destruction. We should always remember the devastation left behind, and continue to analyze our ideas as well as others that seek to pervade our minds. If the evidence contradicts your belief system, then do not attempt to construe … Continue reading 9/11 Memorial-The Devastation Of Radical Ideas
Each one of us possesses tremendous amounts of potential that lies dormant until activated, a type of frozen asset. The way in which we activate the dormant potential is by aiming at the highest aim, and then striving towards that aim while making manageable changes that ahere themselves to the aim in mind. Over the … Continue reading Activating Your Potential
ATTENTION CHRISTIAN MEN: We are not call to be passive, but rather we are called to be courageous. We are not called to succumb to the demands of secular culture, but rather we are called to be stand against it. We are not called to love whatever the Christian church deems as good, but rather … Continue reading The Necessity For Christian Men To Stand Courageously Against Tyranny
Since the proclamation of the death of God during the last part of the 19th century by the German philosopher Fredrick Nietzsche, society has descended into the depth of nihilism while various groups conjured up their own ideal to instantiate into society, all of which have failed miserably. At this moment, we are still witnessing … Continue reading Failed Philosophy
Throughout the centuries, stemming back thousands of years, we have been conceptualizing sets of ideals that often times manifested themselves in that of heroes of old. As far back as 3,000 BC in ancient Sumeria and Egypt we see this conceptualization manifest itself through heroic figures such as Gilgamesh, Marduk, and Osiris. Even today we … Continue reading Heroic Conceptualizations