It never fails. Every single Sunday in spring, one can drive down the street and see a lawnmower being pushed around nearly every yard. Is this necessary work? It’s a pertinent question to ask ourselves because the performance of substantial, unnecessary servile work on Sunday is a serious sin. So don’t do it! Of all … More Don’t Work On Sunday!
In his fantastic book, Rebuilding a Lost Faith, author John L. Stoddard examines the incredible facts concerning the life of Christ: Born in a manger; of a lowly origin; dwelling for thirty years not only in a conquered country, but in Galilee, — an insignificant province of that country, and in one of the obscurest … More John L. Stoddard
A new study has been making headlines after its authors claimed to have found that religious children are less altruistic than non-religious children. Of course the media was jubilant as commentators all across the country triumphantly claimed that the study proved religion was unnecessary and even harmful. But even if one ignores the myriad problems with … More Man-Made Religions are Evil
Josh Duggar has shocked the world over the course of the past few months by admitting to some of the most terrible sins of impurity. Many people are claiming that Josh is a hypocrite and bad Christian, thus implying that his faith should have prevented him from such crimes. But perhaps Josh’s faith is precisely what caused … More The Real Problem
Of all the commentary on the recent Charleston shooting, perhaps the most intriguing comes from one David Noise, writing on psychologytoday.com. In his article, Noise attempts to make the case that “anti-intellectualism” and the abandonment of reason are to blame not only for the Charleston tragedy, but also for what he terms, “the killing of … More A Response