9-11 & Remembering ‘An Eye For An Eye’ Is Never Satisfied

Gas mask in quemical war

Today, we as a nation remember one of those days which will always stand out in American history– September 11, 2001. We all have our, “Where were you?” stories. Me? For me, 9-11 happened in the evening– I was in the forces deployed to South Korea and watched the events unfold live on the Armed [Read More...]

BREAKING: Attention On Kim Davis Vs. Refugee Crisis Reveals We’ve Got Issues

SYRIAN REFUGEES WALK THROUGH CAMP IN JORDAN

So, it’s breaking news that Kim Davis has been released from jail. For the past week, stories about Davis have comprised about 90% of my Facebook newsfeed. I even wrote one of them– it’s a story that has a time and place. But with images of dead refugees washing up on the shores of Turkey, [Read More...]

What Jesus Meant When He Said, “I Didn’t Come To Bring Peace, But A Sword”

Knight. Photo in vintage style

There’s a passage in Matthew 10 that comes up somewhat frequently in conversations– perhaps you’re familiar with it. It’s a passage where Jesus said, “Do not suppose I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have come not to bring peace, but a sword.” It’s a strong statement. I see this passage brought [Read More...]

The Ultimate Signs You Got Your “Biblical” Worldview From Fox News

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As Christians we’re called to be in the world but not “of the world” yet that’s easier said than done. With a million facets of culture surrounding us, there are countless people and things that beg to shape our worldview. Many of them do so quite successfully, and without us even recognizing it. One of [Read More...]

A Sincere Question For My Calvinist Friends

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I spent my teenage years discovering God in a Reformed Baptist church, and I met many wonderful people there. During those years I also discovered a lot about God and solidified my decision to follow him, for which I’ll always be grateful. However, I also stumbled upon some stuff which was immediately problematic for me– [Read More...]

The 3 Biblical Options for a Theology of Hell

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Many of us grow up hearing hell, fire, and brimstone messages in our churches from a very early age. In fact, many of us perhaps became Christians not so much out of a sincere desire to follow Christ, but out a fear of what he’d do to us if we didn’t. Hell is a powerful [Read More...]

Hijacking The Government: What Franklin Graham Is Wrong About Today

Fear and hopelessness.

In what will be a surprise to no one, Franklin Graham has come out in strong support of Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who is refusing to issue marriage licenses because of her “deeply held beliefs” against same sex marriage. She has fought through every legal avenue, and lost. Now she will likely face contempt of [Read More...]

A Sincere Question For My Friends Who Believe In Hell

Would you torture your own child?

Here on the blog and That God Show, we’ve talked quite a bit about the concept of hell and have gone in-depth as to why I believe hell is not a biblical teaching. Yet, even using scripture as the foundation for a hell-free eschatological and theological viewpoint, many Christians are completely unwilling to reconsider their [Read More...]

Don’t Fear The “Homosexual Agenda”, It’s The Ammosexual Agenda That’s Concerning.

Ammosexual Close

I grew up being warned about the “homosexual agenda”, and for many years I believed the hype. It was almost as if LGBTQ individuals were part of the illuminati and secretly controlling world leaders with the goal of establishing a one-world government— one that would force every person on earth to daily pledge allegiance to the rainbow [Read More...]

BREAKING: Josh Duggar Checks Into Long-Term Treatment Facility

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Continuing the long saga of Josh Duggar, it appears he has now checked into a long-term treatment facility following the most recent revelations that he had an Ashley Madison account. The following statement was just released by the Duggar family on their official blog: “We are so thankful for the outpouring of love, care and [Read More...]


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