John the Baptist on the Ellen DeGeneres Show

A Spiritual Hunch Lauren Daigle is another unfortunate (though not surprising) case study in compromised Christianity. Not long ago, Daigle appeared on the Ellen Degeneres show. Many Christians took issue with this, but failed to articulate why in an appropriate way. I think this is evidence of how Christians find difficulty putting into words the convictions of Continue Reading

Francis and the Future of Roman Catholicism

A Progressive Prophetess Half a decade ago, when I was at university, I attended a public discussion the theatre department put on about homosexuality. Two separate panels discussed the issue. First, there was a panel of professors from the school. They had no diversity, all shared the same view on homosexuality. Then a religious panel Continue Reading

The Golden Rule

The Golden Rule Any person who professes any form of Atheism will find themselves regularly in conversations about morality. Objective ethics has become the Achilles’ heel of the position which asserts a universe without God is possible. What I have found strikingly interesting over the years is how many non-Christians will cling to the Golden Continue Reading

A Bipartisan Hypocrisy

If anything has happened recently to prove the Gospel is bipartisan and transcends the two-party political system of 21st century America, it is the recent drama over comments made by Milo Yiannopoulos. I have mentioned Milo before, and everything I say next was first said here by Douglas Wilson. However, in my defense, I did have these Continue Reading

Mormonism, Homosexuality, and Infallible Churches

A CNN article broke out recently informing the world of the LDS church’s,  as they put it,  “monumental shift” on homosexuality. There has been a shift, even on the lds.org webpage has a banner indicating that the church has updated its resource list on “gay Mormons.” The new feature of the webpage, (mormonandgay) is a Continue Reading

My Thoughts and Experiences on My First Time Open-Air Preaching: Denver Pridefest 2015

On Saturday June 20th, 2015 I left with two brothers to Denver for the annual Denver Pridefest. Pridefest is a festival that celebrates, what has come to be known as, the LGBTQ movement. Thousands of people file in to this festival to celebrate their sexual choices and attend conferences, march in a parade, and participate Continue Reading