Category: Critical Thinking

The Danger Of Radicalism

“…if any man think that he knoweth any thing, he knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know” (1 Corinthians 8:2). The danger of radicalism is that you can be radically wrong.  So, I’ve said it, point blank, and I am now going to buttress on it.  You […]

What If This Is Me?

This thought came to me yesterday as I was once again deriding myself for not looking better.  For not looking all made up and attractive according to the world’s standards.  And I wondered, is that really who I am?  Is that my standard?  Or is this non-caring, easy-going […]

The Saved Ones And The Jokers

A while ago, I met a man, who said he’s an Agnostic, but if he had a gun to his head, he would say he is an Atheist!  Concerning his perspective of Christianity, he simply shook his head and laughed and said “Christianity is a JOKE!”  Furthermore, he […]

Don’t Follow The Money…Follow The Truth!

The expression “follow the money” is well known among journalists seeking to find the source of corruption, particularly in government and big business.  It apparently originated from the movie “All The Presidents Men”.  Most people who are looking to prosper or get rich quick also tend to “follow […]

Maybe You’re Right

Maybe you’re right. Maybe it doesn’t really matter… Maybe it is a weak faith, strong faith issue. Maybe Paul was over-zealous when he condemned the practice of circumcision in his day, and said that anyone who sought to be justified by the Law would have no part in […]

Jesus, You Are Not Being Loving!

Jesus: “Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.  Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind.  And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.” (Matthew 15:13-14). That’s so rude, Jesus!  How can you call them […]

Wolves, Wolves Everywhere!

Okay, before you call me an alarmist, hear me out! I think we live in a world where it is taken for granted that what is the status quo is good and right.  The status quo is standard.  The status quo has history and authority.  We assume that […]