The Christian Mind: Checkpoint

You might know that in the business world a “checkpoint” is a quick meeting to ensure everyone is on track. No one wants to discover someone is not on track when it is too late to do anything about it, right?

So with a few articles behind us in our series on the Christian Mind, I thought it would be a good time to take a quick checkpoint and see how Christianity is doing. Continue reading “The Christian Mind: Checkpoint”

The Christian Mind: Persecution

You will be hated by everyone because of me . . . in fact, the time is coming when anyone who kills you will think they are offering a service to God. (Matthew 10, John 16)

In beginning our discussion on the Christian Mind, I think this is a good place to start. The reason is that we live in a time when the distinction between what is true and what is socially acceptable is blurred. The line of argument that dominates much of the discussion around today’s issues goes something like this: “X is true. And if you think otherwise, you are stupid/intolerant/deplorable/a bigot/evil.” Continue reading “The Christian Mind: Persecution”

A Social Justice Warrior Meets Jesus, Part 2

The following is part 2 of A Social Justice Warrior Meets Jesus and is based on recent events on America’s college campuses. Please leave a comment! Continue reading “A Social Justice Warrior Meets Jesus, Part 2”

A Social Justice Warrior Meets Jesus

The following story, originally titled Land of the Free, Home of the Brave is based on recent events on America’s college campuses. Enjoy . . . and do not forget to leave a comment and subscribe to receive future updates!

The older man carefully positioned the last of his displays in the free-speech zone of the university campus. Students passed by, disturbed at the imagery and the message. A growing tension filled the open area. It was almost palpable, as though a collective consciousness was forming words: Wasn’t anyone going to do something? Continue reading “A Social Justice Warrior Meets Jesus”

On the One-Week Anniversary of the Presidential Election

If America has learned anything from the election, it is that the basket of deplorables Clinton described is much larger than first imagined. Continue reading “On the One-Week Anniversary of the Presidential Election”