The Rising Canadian Pressure on the Biblical Sexual Ethic

On January 7th Canada passed a bill into law called C-4 that banned conversion therapy. Via Twitter the heavily liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded to its passing with, “it is now illegal to promote, advertise, benefit from, or subject someone to this hateful and harmful practice.” But is the bill really banning what we … Continue reading The Rising Canadian Pressure on the Biblical Sexual Ethic

The Controversy of the 1946 RSV Translation and Usage of the Term ‘Homosexual’

“We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ,” – 2 Corinthians 10:5 There’s a popular claim being made by LGBTQ+ groups that the word “homosexual” was a mistranslation inserted into the RSV translation in 1946. Many of these same proponents may also claim that … Continue reading The Controversy of the 1946 RSV Translation and Usage of the Term ‘Homosexual’

Conversations on Lizards, Atheism, and God’s Love

Do you ever have an interesting conversation with your kids? I sure do and today there was one involving our pet lizards. My son was watching our male lizard moving about his cage when he suddenly had the urge to do something with one of his female cage mates. The male began chasing the female, … Continue reading Conversations on Lizards, Atheism, and God’s Love

Christians and the Growing Moral Complexity of Vaccination

God’s Law, Human Government, Conscience, Abortion, and more… (Disclaimer: This article is an opinion piece that doesn't intend to give medical or legal advise. It is a piece made with the intent to get readers to think about the various issues relating to vaccination and how they can be properly viewed as morally complicated. We … Continue reading Christians and the Growing Moral Complexity of Vaccination

The Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus

We are fast approaching Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, a time where Christians specifically focus on the events surrounding Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection. It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that the Christian faith hinges on the fact of whether or not Jesus really did rise from the dead, because without that fact we … Continue reading The Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus

Conducting Church Discipline with Love and Grace

Of late, there is a letter making its rounds on the internet from a church addressed to one of its members regarding alleged attendance and living issues. Now, the only interactions that we know of between the church and this individual regarding the situation is this letter. While we hope that the church has not … Continue reading Conducting Church Discipline with Love and Grace

Christian Responsibility in Charity: Reasons for Forsaking Dependence on Government to Fulfill our Role

For Christians, a well-known command in scripture from our Lord and Savior, Jesus, is to love our neighbor as yourself (Mark 11:21). An important aspect of that command is what we know as charity. Examples of charity in scripture go as far back as leaving wheat on the ground in your fields for the poor, … Continue reading Christian Responsibility in Charity: Reasons for Forsaking Dependence on Government to Fulfill our Role

Speech, Social Media, and the Coming Tide for Christians

How soon will expressing pro-life views be considered "Hate Speech" unworthy of social media platforms? How soon will expressing various other Christian views, like sex and gender, be considered "Hate Speech" unworthy of social media platforms? How soon will expressing medical freedom and awareness to various medical treatments benefits/risk be considered "dangerous" and unworthy of … Continue reading Speech, Social Media, and the Coming Tide for Christians