The format did not turn out great because I took it from a word document and I am too lazy to re-format it right now. -Preface- Jones, your email to me has had me in deep thought for the last month or so. Beyond that, I have been interested in the differences between LDS and […]
Dear Cal, I am writing this response to your September 12, 2015 article, “Two Kingdoms in Conflict Over Same-Sex Marriage” (found here: http://townhall.com/columnists/calthomas/2015/09/10/two-kingdoms-in-conflict-over-samesex-marriage-n2049901) I am making this a public letter to you not because you are the object of my opposition. In fact, your article was suggested to me recently and happens to be just […]
over the last 2.5 years I have been challenged to better understand my own worldview. My searching and growth is mostly do to the fact that I have been placed in an environment at my job with people of differing and diverse worldviews. I admire many of these people and consider them my close friends. […]
This is a fair challenge I think. The burden of proof lies with the Christian supporter of Same-Sex Marriage as they are resisting millennia of the traditional understanding. This type of supporter can be identified as either a “liberal Christian” or a “libertarian Christian”. Either way they are most definitely mixing their political views with a skewed biblical understanding.
Here is the article: http://douglasgroothuis.com/2015/06/27/a-challenge-to-christians-who-support-same-sex-marriage/
A little of my background I attended three colleges before I finished my Bachelor’s degree. All three of them were affiliated with a Christian denomination. Each denomination seemed to have their own views regarding how the how the Church should be run, how Christians should interact with culture, how worship should go, how we should […]
On Christmas eve I had a great discussion with a family member about religion and atheism. Two days later they handed me the Christmas day Op-Ed section of the New York Times. They wanted me to read two articles that were relevant to our conversation: 1) “An Atheist’s Christmas Dream” AND 2) “Religion Without God”. […]
I started an email correspondence with a coworker of mine a couple months ago. We are friends and have a good relationship to this day even after the dialogue! It might be a little hard to follow but I will try to explain how to. I originally sent a message, which they responded to. I […]