I hardly have to describe the problem. If you're human, you know it. If you're perceptive, empathetic, or it has touched you, you know it all too well. This world doesn't just bite, it mauls.
Trinitarianism Critically Explained
We worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity; neither confounding the persons, nor dividing the substance. For there is one person of the Father, another of the Son, and another of the Holy Spirit.But the Godhead of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit is all one, the glory equal, the majesty co-eternal.
The Reparation: Marxism, Race, and The Way Forward
There are two competing views at war with one another this moment over the soul of the West, both of which offer a remedy, and only one of which can deliver a cure. And racism is being used as a pawn in this clash of attrition.
Euthyphros Worst Nightmare: How Christianity Solves an Age Old Riddle
Have you ever wondered about the many thousands of religions that exist, and how anyone could seriously claim to have the truth amidst the sea of diverse worshippers on the Earth? Is it not the height of arrogance to profess to know what's really real about reality? Well, no. Not really. I understand completely the atmosphere of … Continue reading Euthyphros Worst Nightmare: How Christianity Solves an Age Old Riddle
A Sound Theory
"Music does indeed take us to another world. Or, more accurately, it points us there." Randy Newman Sound is heard when a vibrating object physically interacts with a medium (air, water, etc.), creating a wave of oscillating high and low pressure particles which rattle our eardrums, our brain then interprets the vibrations and gives us the … Continue reading A Sound Theory
The End of the World
"Far from being a Trumpian exercise in self pleasuring, God's Creation is the Master Canvas, a portrait of all things undeniably glorious and wonderful. It's a work that can only be fully comprehended by Himself, yet one that not only He enjoys, but is capable of enjoying Him back."
The Fountain of Human Dignity
In many everyday conversations, when drafting public policy, in all acts of charity, and behind every selfless sacrifice is one crystal clear assumption, that human beings are intrinsically valuable. But have you ever thought about why that is, or if it's even true?