Coming to God With Presuppositions: A Lesson From the Book of Jeremiah

For the last few days I have been in the book of Jeremiah for the Old Testament portion of my reading plan.  Today I want to take a look at the account from chapters 41-43.  Nebuchadnezzar had taken exiles from Jerusalem and Judah into exile, and appointed Gedaliah as ruler over those left in the … More Coming to God With Presuppositions: A Lesson From the Book of Jeremiah

Conversion: Thief on the Cross & Discerning Memes

About a month ago, there was a quote meme flying around my social media circle attributed to Phillip Yancey: The meme got my attention because on the surface, it sounds encouraging and Christiany, but a closer look reveals a misunderstanding and/or misrepresentation of the account of the thief on the cross, and therefore perpetuates incorrect … More Conversion: Thief on the Cross & Discerning Memes

Culture of Iniquity

Social Media is dominated right now by the upcoming Presidential election.  In the last couple of days a meme has repeatedly popped up picturing Hillary Clinton speaking at a podium, and reads “Listen. It’s simple. We’ve got to ban guns to save the toddlers and we’ve got to have late term abortions to kill the … More Culture of Iniquity