Why I Love Preaching to the Choir

You could call most of what I do here "preaching to the choir." Most of my writing primarily targets Christians rather than non-Christians. Of course, there are times when the occasional non-Christian bothers to spend a few minutes on my lengthy posts and begins to seek Christ. I am grateful for such moments. I pray … Continue reading Why I Love Preaching to the Choir

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For the Discouraged Fisherman

'[Jesus] called out to them, “Friends, haven’t you any fish?” “No,” they answered.' (John 21:5) Christ the cook. Hardly would one throw this descriptor into a bag full of the popular titles of Jesus: Son of God, Messiah, Healer, Teacher, Redeemer, Savior. We can revere Healers, we do admire Teachers, we long for a Redeemer … Continue reading For the Discouraged Fisherman

The Irony of the Atheist Church

There's an atheist "church" in London. It's called The Sunday Assembly. Started by British comedians Sanderson Jones and Pippa Evans, the Sunday Assembly meets every month in north London at the site of a former Christian church. The church is basically modeled on a typical Christian church. The main difference between this and other churches, … Continue reading The Irony of the Atheist Church