Why Do You Christians Fear……?

Why do you Christians fear…..?  You can insert plenty of words at the end of that sentence, and I’ll bet they would be relevant.  In our conversations with others, Christians are often accused of fear or ‘Phobias”.  We fear sex, same sex marriage, all of the LGBTQ community, science, knowledge, free thought, change and choice.  We fear socialism, democratic Continue Reading

What Jury Duty Teaches Us About Evidence

Jury duty taught me an important lesson about evidence recently. If you’ve been following me on social media, you know I have been serving on a jury for the better part of the last two weeks.   I have heard some horror stories about serving on a jury.  My experience was just the opposite.  I met some truly Continue Reading

The Cultural Myth Called Moral Relativism

In my last post I wrote about what’s known as a “Cultural Myth”.  These are ideas that cultures hold without really thinking about them. The myth I’m going to discuss in this post is called moral relativism.  This is the prevailing world view in America today.  Almost everyone holds this view.  Moral Relativism states that all morals are products of one’s environment, upbringing, culture or Continue Reading

Living Life Without Hurting Anyone

I love being busy.  It’s just in my makeup.  I tend to overextend myself, and my days fill up pretty quickly.  As a result, I don’t have much time to follow what is happening in the news, or much time to follow current T.V. programs.  I am always busy on the nights that any particular Continue Reading

4 Reasons Apologetics Benefits You

If you’ve ever tried to share your convictions with someone (and if you’re a Christian, I would hope that you had!), you know how intimidating it can be.   I’ve been there.  We don’t want to be the one getting tongue tied and fumbling for words. Getting a conversation started is usually the hardest part of Continue Reading

Two Reasons Not To Use The Word “Testimony”

In my latest podcast I tell the story of my conversion to Christianity. I also explain why I am reluctant to use the word “Testimony” when I talk with people about my convictions.  I try to use the term “conversion” instead. There are two reasons for this. What If You Have A Boring Testimony? The first reason Continue Reading