Who doesn’t love warm days, budding trees, more daylight, the smell of fresh cut grass, flowers in bloom, shirtless men, barely there bikinis, short skirts, shorter shorts, eye-popping cleavage, strapless dresses…
I suppose I have an almost invincible disinclination to believe the whole resurrection story . . . because it seems to me so wildly inconsistent with everything else that happens in the universe.
In his first letter to the church in Corinth, Paul discusses the great differences between our earthly bodies and our resurrected bodies (see 1 Corinthians 15:35-54). Contrasting our earthly bodies with the splendor of our heavenly (resurrected) bodies, Paul says,… Read More ›
Around this time last year, I set out to do a little work on the roof of my house. Nothing major really, just cleaning some leaves from around the dryer vent and valleys and hammering down the metal flashing…
Atheism is not entirely unlike a mullet, that paradoxical “business in the front, party in the back” haircut that never should have happened. Instead, these strident unbelievers are more “angry in the front, pansy in the back” — making testosteronal demands of compliance on the outside, because inside they have all the tolerance of a scared three-year-old girl when faced with
“Talk is cheap because supply exceeds demand. As you go through life you are going to have plenty of opportunities to keep your mouth shut. Take advantage of all of them.”
By calling atheism a religion, I am not hurling insults at the godless or trying to craft terms or apply them out of convenience. I do it simply because I have years of experience observing theists and atheists behaving in similar ways.
Are we playing the game claiming the Name or truly, undoubtedly born again?
In the Bible, scoffers are those who choose to disbelieve God and His Word. They say in their hearts, “There is no God” (Psalm 14:1), and make it their ambition to ridicule those who follow God.