Monthly Archives: June 2016

Life, Death, and the Afterlife!

Like most people, I’ve known several people in my life who have died. The first person I lost was my grandfather when I was 15 years old. I lost my mother when I was 20. Over the years I’ve lost several friends and other relatives, including my father and three brothers-in-law one of which died […]

Brock Turner and Moral Relativism

Like just about everyone in America, I’m stunned at the verdict Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner received for three felony counts, including sexual assault and attempted rape. It was a unanimous guilty verdict but the judge in the case, Aaron Persky, decided to only give the kid a six-month sentence of what could have been […]

Christians: Stop Taking Offense

Let me start today by asking you a question: Is it okay for Christians to be offended? This is a little trickier question than it seems on the surface. On the one hand, we’d say, “Sure, we can have righteous indignation or holy discontent about a lot of things!” On the other hand, however, when […]

Random Thoughts of the Day

I haven’t written a blog lately for several reasons. First, I’ve been a bit under the weather so I’ve been a slacker! Two, it seems that while I have something I’d like to write about I don’t have enough to say for a full blog post. And three, sometimes it’s better just to keep your […]