These days, it seems everyone is eager to put their two cents in. The pull and pressure to join the conversation is particularly strong for those of us who live by the pen. If we aren’t careful, deadlines, daily social media quotas, and the strong speech of others can bully us into writing and posting things that we otherwise wouldn’t and probably shouldn’t. (This post
Thoughts on the Word
I call these my "mini sermons"
One of the things that really aggravates me is Cultural-Christianity, or Near-Christianity. This kind of Christianity has given up conservative views and is adapting to the culture. I read a very good article about this subject in The Baptist Messenger called True Christianity by Dr. Anthony L. Jordan. As the article states, this “liberal mainline Christianity stands for nothing, and thus, offers nothing”. This kind of Christianity
In Episode 1 of AD: The Bible Continues this was one of the most touching scenes for me. It was when Pilate said “This man is innocent” and the crowd started yelling “CRUCIFY!” Equally as sad is the scene where Peter denies Jesus for the 3rd time and looks up and sees Jesus sad eyes. I can relate to Peter. If we are honest, I’m sure