Category Archives: Elephants in a Closet Full of Skeletons

There are tons of verses, questions, thoughts and ideas we have not voiced about God, Jesus or Christianity as a whole because they are uncomfortable. It’s about time we asked them, grappled with them, maybe even try to understand them. This category is exactly for those kinds of questions.

Apologetics: Post Snippet for Skeptic Blog

So, I wrote this in response to a reasonable Atheist viewpoint that intelligent people can have a faith because they pick up patterns from their lives and mistakenly credit them for something otherly. It’s quite long, but should be spliced … Continue reading

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So, You Think You Can Dance?

On this day of cheer and good will to all men, its very easy to forget who we are celebrating, who we are worshipping here. When we look at just the baby, we see Jesus; meek and mild. But when … Continue reading

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Does God Hate Anyone?

Some of you probably think that the answer to this question is blatantly obvious; of course He doesn’t! God hates no-one… But the bible is a complex book, trying to convey to us the knowledge of a complex, infinite God … Continue reading

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Elephants in a Closet Full of Skeletons: The Premise

There are many verses Christians ignore. Some may deny this the very moment they read that, but it is true. Our reasons are legion for avoiding them; the implications are too dark, the problem of reconciling it to what we … Continue reading

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