Luther and the Apocrypha (20, 21)

This post officially ends the series responding to Twenty One Reasons to Reject Sola Scriptura. I will give the main reason at the end of the blog for why I chose to end with these objections. However, I need to be honest and transparent, partly I did this out of laziness. You heard me…laziness. I will admit these were the two objection I was the … Continue reading Luther and the Apocrypha (20, 21)

The Sign of Jonah

Matthew 12: 38-42, “Then some of the scribes and Pharisees answered him, saying, ‘Teacher, we wish to see a sign from you.’ But he answered them, ‘An evil and adulterous generation seeks for a sign, but no sign will be given to it except the sign of the prophet Jonah. For just as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the … Continue reading The Sign of Jonah

The Granddaddy of Them All (1)

I decided not to finish the blog post responding to 21 Reasons To Reject Sola Scriptura with the most important one of them all: Does the Bible teach it? I decided in the next and last installment there is room for a stronger finish. Thus, that brings us to the ultimate issue on the protestant side. A seasoned Catholic apologist will make this the number one response … Continue reading The Granddaddy of Them All (1)

Theological Order of Operations

One of the many advantages to a blog post is the ability to momentarily focus on the minor points and applications of particular texts of Scripture. While the overall message, purpose, meaning, and application belong behind the pulpit, blogs are a safe place to run down rabbit trails. Thus, follow me along a trail found in Matthew 11. Matthew 11: 16-20, “But to what shall I compare … Continue reading Theological Order of Operations

Nice, France.

Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel was a delivery-truck driver who used the instrument of his profession as in instrument of death. On Thursday night, July 14th, Mohamed left 84 people dead. That’s 35 more people than were killed in America’s MOST DEADLY mass shooting. He also left 202 others injured. Let it stand that this one man killed more and injured more with a truck than any one man in … Continue reading Nice, France.

#NoLivesMatter

In the movie The Judge, there is a scene wherein two opposing lawyers have a private conversation about the murder case they are both involved with. The prosecution lawyer, Dwight Dickam (Billy Bob Thornton) says this to defense attorney Hank Palmer (Robert Downey Jr.),   “Now you may think that Mark Blackwell is white trash, and he may very well have been. But in the … Continue reading #NoLivesMatter

Liberty and Democracy

Ben Franklin is one of many important names to remember in America during 4th of July festivities in America.There is a famous quote often attributed to him, “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.” It has not been confirmed that this quote is actually his. Nevertheless, it has become a well-known statement, although the sentiment does not seem … Continue reading Liberty and Democracy

Chelsea Handler Brags About Murdering Her Children

After the SCOTUS ruling over the Texas abortion regulations, the topic of abortion has been in the news again. One story that was particularly horrific that was buzzing on social media was the alleged comedian Chelsea Handler coming out about past abortions. And by coming out, I mean boldly boasting and bragging about the murder of two children; her own children. She wrote an essay usmagazine provided … Continue reading Chelsea Handler Brags About Murdering Her Children