Zombies, Demons, & Jesus

It’s October and I see folks already bringing out pumpkins, ghouls, ghost, and autumn decor. In The Church Calendar October 31st – November 2nd is Hallowtide consisting of 3 days: All Hallow’s Eve… Continue reading

Why We Must Get More Evangelical or Die

    When we forget some are called to the high calling of The Three Evangelical Counsels, or we forget we ought all aim at perfection, which our Lord called us to, “Be perfect… Continue reading

Grammar and The Holy Scriptures

I want to nerd out for a moment with my English, Literature, and Grammar folks. What does grammar have to say about Christianity? The first and most obvious place to begin would be… Continue reading

Authority? No Thanks

I Once upon a time many folks rejected any sort of Natural Law, a way by which we may begin with say, The Principle of Non-Contradiction and derive slowly some sort of “ethic.”… Continue reading

“I Follow Jesus, Not The Church”

On the Contra Jesus said, “And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of Hades will not prevail against it.” -Matthew 16.18… Continue reading

Can Christians Join the Military?

There is a division of belief on this matter. Christian Conservatives typically say you have to protect your family without saying a word about Christianity or its Theology. Christian Liberals typically assert no by… Continue reading

Should Christians Vote? If so, for whom?

I will maintain that, I can’t for the life of me, think of a good argument as to why Christians should vote as citizens of The United States. Come November, or ever. This… Continue reading

Free Copy of The Maurader’s Map of UGA

I want to give you a warm welcome to Athens, but also some warnings. Your parents, teachers, family friends, orientation guides, and new professors have surely made everything seem like a slice of… Continue reading

A Defense of Friends with Benefits

Friends with Benefits offers us a third way of thinking about relationships. We have friends, we have those we’re romantic with, but what about friends we don’t want romance with but find attractive?… Continue reading

A Tour of The Civil Rights Institute

The thunder rolled and the rain beat down the concrete as a group of teenagers walked into the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Its giant Byzantium dome stood as a foreign object in a… Continue reading