“A farmer went out to sow his seed. 4 As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up…” [Matt 13: 3&4 NIV] In part one of this topic, we discussed the seeds that fell along the path. We determine that because… Read more Parable of the Sower Pt.2
The Christian Brand Interjects Biases into the Narrative Different scripture passages hold different values and those values have been assigned importance based on how long these passages have been in play within the Christian sector. Christians make the loose claim that all scriptures originate with God and they tend to refer to them collectively as the WORD; but… Read more The Christian Brand
With this in mind, I would like to present a different scripture from Matthew for consideration. This isn’t some obscure scripture, in fact it’s very well known. What I want to do with it, though is attempt to break it out of the personal salvation box, just to see what happens. So here is a different perspective… Read more Forgiveness -Without Strings
In the past, protestant denominations have made a lot of bones about false prophets. They could use this talking point as a reason and a way of proselytizing people away from the communities connected to these individuals. Modern day, extreme examples of false prophets are guys like Jim Jones, L. Ron Hubbard, Sun Myung Moon, and David Koresh.… Read more There is a False Prophet in the Land!
In Genesis it describes the creation process happening as a result of God speaking the words. “Let there be light.” And there was such power and truth contained within His words that every commandment He spoke became reality! I wrote a lyric once about Peter stepping out of his boat to walk out to where… Read more Let There Be Light
#020 Blog. In the parable of the sower, She dropped many seeds along the path. (pt. 1) “A farmer went out to sow his seed. 4 As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up…” [Matt 13: 3&4 NIV] In this parable Jesus uses the analogy of a… Read more Jesus and the Parable of the Sower
Pentecost was a unilateral outpouring of the Holy Ghost In the beginning of the Book of Acts there is an event Christians commonly refer to Pentecost. In this event the Holy Ghost bursts into an upper room where the apostles had been hiding out and It engaged them like a mighty rushing wind! You see,… Read more Pentecost and the Holy Ghost
Jesus Didn’t Check Credentials at the Loaves and Fishes Event In the New Testament there are a couple different accounts where Jesus fed the multitudes. He had been preaching throughout the afternoon and evidently the people were hanging on every one of His words. Instead of cutting the event short Jesus decided to feed them… Read more Jesus Feeding the 5,000
There is a fundamental flaw in Christianity that stems all the way back to the time of Jesus. This flaw is in the authority upon which Christianity is based. Christians are apt to immediately retaliate when they hear this statement: “Our authority comes from the bible!” Alternately, some Catholics might well say that their authority… Read more The Revelation of Jesus
In the Old Testament there is a reference to a tower, the Tower of Babel. The short narrative about this tower is it was constructed by the people against God’s will and what happened to it in the end is God destroyed it. The rest of the narrative goes on to explain that God scattered… Read more The 2020 Leaning Tower of Trump
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