Why do we settle for less when we could have more? Huh? I thought our theme for life was “I want it, I want it all, and I want it now”. So where does this settle for less thing even come from?
New Testament Book # 04 – John
Will God be a good CEO to work for? Wait – “will God be a good CEO”? Is that like, as in the next life? In Heaven? We’re going to be working in Heaven? Seriously?
Have you heard the saying about something not being worth the paper it’s printed on? In other words, it has little to no value. A news story I read made me wonder, “In your mind, is the Bible worth the paper it’s printed on?”
How do Chinese religious affairs regulations general provisions compare with America? The track is different, but the goal of both is to redefine Christianity.
What is religious freedom supposed to mean in China and America? We have to start off with what freedom is “supposed” to mean. But even “supposed to” is in the eye of the beholder and the mouth of the speaker. It’s like a twist on an old joke, but the reality is this: How can you tell when a government is lying? It passes a law that claims to benefit everyone.
Who is God? Or is it what is God? Not to mention, what are His “preferred pronouns”? I read a recent article that makes me feel like all this political correctness is taking us away from who/what God said He is. Most of all, God is love. But the article never used the word love. Not even once.
The rise of the Nones: religious changes in America. It sounds ominous. Maybe momentous. But I wonder, since religions are about God, what does God think about the rise of the Nones? In other words, is the rise of the Nones a religious change in Heaven? For that matter, what is a None?
I just read this headline about lots of people changing religions. They want something different from what they have. But what’s really behind it? Can people get a new God by switching religions?
You’ve probably heard it before – Religion and politics make strange bedfellows. Today though, we’re going to narrow it down to Christianity, rather than religion as a whole. So we end up with Christianity and politics make strange bedfellows. And when we narrow it down like that, the combination of Christianity and politics is even more strange than religion and politics! Why? Because some religions do intentionally have the government, politics and governmental laws, integrated with their theology and religious laws.