Doctrine matters. The best way to help people is giving them the truth. The truth is not merely limited to the Gospel and salvation. Yes, this is primary. But other truths are necessary to help people after they have gotten saved. Basic human thinking and logic require us to ask simple questions like: Who is … Continue reading Baptist Missionary on Politics: Using The Bible Like a Catholic
The following paragraph comes from this article... http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/oct/26/martin-luthers-reformation-anniversary-stirs-germa/ "Many Germans embraced the newcomers, but others in the nation’s economically weak, culturally homogenous East feared the influx of Muslims would strike at the heart of the German identity. It was a paradox: Many feared a too-Christian attitude toward the stranger and the refugee could put into … Continue reading Is Germany a Christian Nation?
In Bible Believing circles, conspiracy theories are a hot topic. We all know Christians who have gone off the deep end and moved into the wilderness to "get off the grid" but have done nothing for the Lord in the last 20 years. Obviously, there is a danger in going overboard on Conspiracy theories. Nevertheless, … Continue reading Conspiracy Theories
"It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded not by religionists, but by Christians; not on religions, but on the gospel of Jesus Christ. For that reason alone, people of other faiths have been afforded freedom of worship here." ~ Patrick Henry ~ 6/5/2018: PLEASE READ THE … Continue reading A Famous Patrick Henry Quote
Just got back from my expedition to DC. I truly wondered if something about the trip would rekindle my patriotism. It did not. I used to have patriotism. I have had little to none since I started reading the Bible over a decade ago. My patriotic fire has completely gone out and the only … Continue reading Thoughts on DC