Humanism’s priest dazzles with tales of the cosmos

Cosmos by Neil deGrasse Tyson

One of the newest promotions within the priesthood of humanism’s church has apparently gone to Neil deGrasse Tyson. He has become, for now, the chief and most visible representative of the modern god of humanism.  His god is an evolved creature, one which came forth from Darwin’s god of meaningless process and climbed the chain of being to become something greater: a god of meaningful process guided by bureaucrats running government bureaucracies. Continue reading

Why does Jesus being married, or not, even matter?

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If you don’t know the answer to this question, the liberals will tear your faith apart. It’s imperative that you immunize yourself against it… Continue reading

The case for giving only tithing church members the right to vote

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I have written a few articles about the theological reasons why tithing is mandatory in the New Testament era, but it’s also helpful to explain some of the more practical benefits that accrue to the Church from setting up a two-tiered membership distinguished by a specific boundary: those who tithe and those who don’t. Continue reading

TV shows — Even the liberals laugh at how silly modern economic theory is

thewestwing_castI was watching an episode of The West Wing and was reminded of the tensions between non-Christian economics and almost-Christian morality. Whether it was intended or not, the internal tension was written into an episode and mused about on-screen. It is a critical issue of our day. Continue reading

Pessimillennialism is lawless

Most Christians don’t see the link between their eschatalogy (their belief about the end times) and their outlook on life. Probably because most aren’t ever taught by their pastors or churches to consciously think about it. But being pessimistic about the future, which premillennialism and amillenialism are, leads, in principle, to a loss of personal responsibility in the present. This leads to covenant-breaking. Continue reading

Nudity and Haunted Houses – A Terrifying Combination, Part 4 of 4

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This article is Part 4 in a series of articles about the Biblical link between nakedness, blood, and monsters. It attempts to explain the fascination we have with haunted houses and, particularly in this case, co-ed nude haunted houses. This article puts it all together and presents the chilling conclusion. Continue reading

Nudity and Haunted Houses – A Terrifying Combination, Part 3 of 4

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This article is Part 3 in a series of articles about the Biblical link between nakedness, blood, and monsters. It attempts to explain the fascination we have with haunted houses and, particularly in this case, co-ed nude haunted houses. This article is about the theology of monsters and horror. Continue reading