Hey, its me, Josh.
I haven’t heard from you in a while. In fact, it has been so long, I get the impression you’re avoiding me.
I thought we were close. I thought we had an understanding. That was the whole reason I showed up: so I could understand. But you took my reaching out to you and slapped away my hand, and I just don’t understand why.
Why don’t you love me?
Continue reading An Open Letter to Atheists
Dave Daubenmire, prominent conservative podcaster, is sounding the alarm over the infiltration of Jews into the conservative movement.
Citing one example of Jews infiltrating right wing movements at large, Daubenmire said “I met one named Yeshua bar Josef. Obvious Jew. Obvious Jew. This man came in with some bullshit about ‘loving thy neighbor,’ ‘feeding the poor,’ and ‘healing the sick.’ And of course he expects all of that to be done for free. Fucking socialist Jews are the worst.”
Continue reading Conservative Christian Host Warns of Jewish Infiltration
Fear is a funny thing, isn’t it?
I recently commented on another blogger’s post regarding a question asked within that post. The question was about how two educated people, educated in virtually the same field of study, could have such disparate views on God. The two in question were Francis Collins and Richard Dawkins.
After listening to Collins’ answer on how he came to his faith, to me, it was easy to see why he had faith at all.
He was afraid. Continue reading Fear, the Great Motivator
So you wake up one Sunday morning, you’re getting yourself ready for church. You’re boasting your Sunday best, and you’re sure you’re going to knock’em dead. Mind you, that’s not why you’re going to church. But, hey, you’re getting dressed up for Jesus Christ, himself, the savior of mankind, the man who died for you. It’s as if every Sunday is your wedding day, and you want to do what you can to make sure you keep the Lord’s eye.
Then it hits you: why am I going to church? Continue reading Breaking up with Jesus