Tag Archives: christianity

Must Christians Obey Old Testament Law?

Here’s a small essay written in response to a question in my seminary class on the Old Testament. Christianity stands in direct connection with the covenants between God and humanity. Accordingly, Christians must study the history of God’s relationship with man and the principles He has communicated. The Abrahamic Covenant became an unconditional promise of […]

Irony of Thorns

I have periodic moments in which I am astounded by my ideological separation from the rest of the world, even within my subgroups of friendship. Either I am indirectly blasted by hateful speech towards Christianity or I am misunderstood as a questionable troublemaker. At least on one side it’s simple misunderstanding – I’m not criticized […]

Surrenduring

I have a very mixed audience of friends, here, and so I am trying to do away with the jargon that I’m familiar with and explain this in more simplistic terms. I’ve decided that it’s time for me to join a church. For as long as I can remember, I have had an absolute knowledge […]