Tim Keller on “Dark Times”

As Keller explains, there is no such thing as "objective" abandonment for Christians. Only Christ was actually abandoned by the Father. Therefore, all that remains is "subjective" abandonment. In other words, though we may feel abandoned by God (feel = subjective), it is never the case (objective).

Follow Up: Would I Attend the Wedding of a Gay Family Member or Friend?

Three months ago I asked this question. One of my friends, Kevin Burr, stated that he would and then for his reasons, cited several passages in the Bible that centered around "love." Kevin did what every sincere disciple of Jesus Christ ought to do, that is, filter your decisions through what you believe God had [...]

I’m Apple’s Stepchild (my ios 8 experience)

Recently, I downloaded ios 8.0 on my iPad 2. Hated it! The new software seemed to drag my iPad through the mud and slow everything down. So, I got the brilliant idea to downgrade my software and return it to ios 7.1.2. I read several posts on the internet and all of the sudden, in [...]

Christianity and Homosexuality

Today I read in the Picayune Item that for the first time in our cities history, a same-sex couple has filed an out-of-state marriage license in a local court here in Pearl River County. I want to share a few thoughts regarding homosexual/lesbian relationships. 1. Homosexuality is a sin. Period. A close examination of 1 [...]