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A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 2d ago

So What Exactly Happened?

On April 12th, as near as I can tell, I had a stroke. Not a massive stroke. I wasn’t paralyzed and I didn’t slur my speech. I had no horrible headache. Just a small dull one. And a loss of b...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 5d ago

Praise The Lord

A sneak-peak of my article for my church which is due to post June 14. The passage is Psalm 113: 1 Praise the LORD! Praise, O servants of the LORD, Praise the name of the LORD. 2 Blessed be ...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

No Thank You, Mr. Buffett

Suppose I decide I want to talk to Warren Buffett, the American business magnate. I hunt up a number, call, and wonderfully am answered on the first ring by one of his many assistants. I exp...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

The Goodness Of Humans And Animals

I don’t think I’ve ever heard of an animal referred to as evil. Sure, there have been rogue animals that break from normal behavior for one reason or another. They may act in unpredictable w...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

Jesus And Jerusalem

Jesus arrived in Jerusalem for one final Passover. Christians refer to the commemoration of this as Palm Sunday, and it marks the beginning of Holy Week. The thing most noteworthy about this...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

Groaning

This world is groaning. It’s the weight of sin that causes it, and it’s been going on for … well, since Eve believed Satan over God. I can’t help but wonder, though, if we as human beings ar...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

The Patience Of God

There are two kings, one of Judah and one of Israel, who were despicable. The Bible doesn’t mince words about them—they built idol temples and instituted idol worship and for one of these ki...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

My Least Favorite Book of the Bible

I don’t like admitting I have a least favorite book of the Bible. I mean, all Scripture is profitable, given for teaching, reproof, correction, and training in righteousness, so I feel like ...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

You Reap What You Sow

My church is doing this cool thing—have been for more than a year now. We as a congregatio...
A Christian Worldview of Fiction · 1M ago

Children Believe

Christians believe Jesus was completely God and Jesus was completely a man. I realized how such an apparent impossibility must sound to a rational mind. Or perhaps to a grown-up mind strippe...