The Problem With the Problem Of Pain

The question goes something like this: "How can an all-powerful, all-knowing, all-loving God coexist with the oh-so-apparent evil in the world?" The common answer is that one of those three prongs of the triangle isn't true. Either God isn't all powerful, and thus he's unable to stop evil; he isn't all-knowing, and thus doesn't comprehend … Continue reading The Problem With the Problem Of Pain

How God Wrecked My Life So Beautifully

I don't want you guys to make the same mistakes I did. I spent the majority of my 20s in a depressed funk, wondering why my life didn't seem to work. Yet I was a Christian who claimed to know the One True Hope. Was that hope failing me or was I doing something wrong? … Continue reading How God Wrecked My Life So Beautifully

1 Thing Christians Need to Remember About “Dry Spells”

I use quotes around "Dry Spells" because sometimes it's a few days without rain and sometimes it's a freaking trek through the Sahara and the only thing you've had to eat in three weeks was the guy who died of thirst before you did. Metaphorically. I don't know anyone who likes deserts. Sure, we may like … Continue reading 1 Thing Christians Need to Remember About “Dry Spells”

Why Christians Should Care About the Climate Change Discussion

I imagine I just got two reactions to that title: SIDE A: Yeah, Christians should kick Trump out of office and jump back into the Paris Agreement and punch those money-hungry corporate cutthroats in the junk! SIDE B: Yeah, Christians should knock down this pseudo-science and call the power of Jesus down on people who … Continue reading Why Christians Should Care About the Climate Change Discussion

A Quick Word on Comfort, Tolerance, and Christianity

Can I be honest? I'd like to go ONE DAY without seeing something on the internet to the effect of, "And here's another reason why Christians are slack-brained mouth-breathers." One day! Sadly, this isn't heaven, where there is no sorrow, nor is it the heyday of the Catholic Church, when you could just boil dissenters … Continue reading A Quick Word on Comfort, Tolerance, and Christianity