Totally saw a guy from CSU at the steakhouse I work at now in Durham. That was weird.
I’ve got 2 hours of free time until I pick up my wife from work so I’m reading. And talking to Andrew Dixon about God’s sovereignty and all that jazz.
My URL makes people mad sometimes. I should put a definition of what I mean by “biblical faith”.
My post a few days ago was obviously antagonistic but we do need to be praying for the people in the LDS Church. It is an organization that has spent more than 100 years actively trying to turn people away from Christianity because they believe Christianity lost it’s way. Following a false Christ is no Christ at all.
It’s 2014 and people still think the LDS church is part of Christianity.
Gender roles as Scripture depicts them are not nearly as binding as the cultural definition that is seen as oppressive. This has lead to somewhat of a straw maning of the biblical gender roles. What the popular culture wants you to believe is that gender roles are two specific and rigid boxes that a man and woman must fit in to. Commonly depicted as 1950’s stereotype.
This objection of gender roles fails to realize what went on in the 1950’s does not define how the Bible teaches gender roles. I would argue that Scripture teaches a much more fluid(and complete) concept of gender roles than the typical anti-gender role argument says it does.
Anonymous asked: who are some people you know on here who have impacted your life for the better?
Andrew Dixon, Kevin Sheth, Blake Baggot, Waylan McGillis to name a few.
All guys that have made me either take a good hard look at something or introduced me to something new or inspired me with their journey of faith.
Applied online for a job last night. Got a call this morning from said job and now I have an interview this afternoon. That is a good sign.