Have you ever seen a billboard or talked with an atheist who has expressed the sentiment that they are “Good without God”? I have had many genial conversations with atheist, agnostics, and religious pluralist alike and this is a pretty common mindset. There are however a few fatal flaws in its logic that I would […]Read More Can you really be “Good without God”?
As usual, I will try to use less than 1000 words to address a topic you could probably write a Ph.D. paper on. Nonetheless, as a Christian and as the son of restaurant owners, I feel as if I have ample ability to properly address a crippling issue inside of Christian Culture. I believe that […]Read More Fair & Loving Treatment of Service Staff: Christians Stop Being Pharisees
I have thought of 1000 ways to start this piece and I have considered not writing it 2000 times. However, Christians are always called to speak about truth in a loving way, especially in times of oppression, hate, and injustice. Christians, like myself, are not given the worldly privilege of silence in the face of […]Read More The New Zealand Shooting: A Christians Response and Why the Gospel Matters
Intelligence can breed contempt, so I must often repent of my petty nature when I laugh with contemp at those who say there is no evidence for God. As you will see, there is plenty of evidence for God that I will be discussing below. But before I do, let me first tell you what […]Read More You Can’t Prove God? FALSE. The Kalam Cosmological Argument & More
Let’s talk about Evangelism and the city of Chicago. When I say “Chicago”, what do you think about? Michael Jordan and the Bulls, the musical named after the city, or perhaps the terrible rate of violent crime in the city? Well, here’s a new thing that you should know about Chicago: I am going to […]Read More The “rust” in Trust, Part 2: Evangelism & Putting the “I go” in Chicago
This past Wednesday I had the privilege of leading the freshmen bible study I run as a leader in Cru. I talked about Philippians 2: 19-30 and how Paul sent Timothy and Epaphroditus from Rome to Philippi and how Epaphroditus would be returning home after almost dying of illness. Epaphroditus came to Paul with a […]Read More The “rust” in Trust, Part 1: Stop Giving God a set of Terms and Conditions
I love movies, but I genuinely fear they distort our reality. Movies have conditioned us to almost always expect good things to fall into place at the precisely right time for the good guys in our films. In reality we rarely see things happen at the point we consider to be the right time. However, […]Read More Praising God After the Healing Didn’t Come