What is a vote? 1vote \ˈvōt\ noun [Middle English (Scottish), from Latin votum vow, wish—more at vow] 15th century 1 a: a usually formal expression of opinion or will in response to a proposed decision especially: one given as an indication of approval or disapproval of a proposal, motion, or candidate for office As […]
So far this election cycle has been a tumultuous if not a divisive one for Christians. Not only is there the usual consternation between those who would be labeled Social Justice Warriors and the others who are more traditional, but within the Republican nomination process there have been stark divisions arise between some evangelicals as […]
As a Christfollower and apologist, live with that certainty. Encourage others to have faith. Give the gospel message of hope in Christ. That’ll preach when nothing else will in times of vulnerability.
“Duty is ours; consequences are God’s”-Lt Gen Thomas J. Jackson It’s sad that another Christian “thinker” has slipped into PC quicksand and needs correction, but the consequences of their bad arguments are usually spun against all of us. It’d be easier to ignore them but as we’ll see, arguments matter. This time though, I am […]
How do we get in the game of apologetics and evangelism? Several years ago, I read a book by Norman Geisler and his son David titled Conversational Evangelism. It’s subtitle was how to listen and speak so you can be heard. I was attempting to deal with a problem of my own in which I […]