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Preaching to the Choir?

Dear reader, the question this article proposes to answer is, “Why would I go to a Christian worship event to preach?” Do I just want to start trouble? Is this literally a form of preaching to the choir? Do I believe only that only I and 14 other Calvinists on the internet are the “true […]

Watch Your Mouth!

Michelle Lesley has graciously let me post at her blog again. I hope you’ll read it and comment. Here is the post: Mackerels, Schmoley, and the Spirit of God

Divine Revelation? Wisdom? Intuition?

The good folks at The Domain for Truth have let me post on their blog again. This post actually got some comments for discussion. Receiving divine revelation has become so blasé that people who normally would affirm sola scriptura don’t even bat an eye when someone proposes to be hearing from God. Now I know […]

2017 Arnold Report – 1

The Arnold Classic is an annual athletic event held in Columbus, OH which attracts a large number of people from all over the world. For several years in a row we have gone to the central location for the event and preached Christ crucified, handed out tracts and engaged people in conversations. Here is a […]

Google & International Women’s Day

If you visit Google.com today (go ahead and click the link to open a new tab), you will see that for today’s doodle they have a nice representation of women who have done wonderfully heroic and academic things from all cultures. This is in celebration of International (Working) Women’s Day which is March 8. A few quick […]

Responding Like a Pharisee

Last month I received a card in the mail from Legacy Church here on the east side of Columbus, OH. I posted a couple tweets with screen shots as you can see below.       I received one particular reply which I wanted to respond to in a blog post.         I […]

Church Attendance ’16

In 2016 I decided to keep track of my church attendance. I have been impressed by sermons and posts online about the importance of local church membership and attendance. I hope that this does not become some type of legalistic standard for any to follow. My intention was to measure my church attendance in 2016. […]