We all know about Facebook, right? If you don't use it, you know someone who does. Well, about a couple years ago, Facebook did this thing where they have a feature called "On This Day." It's similar to the social media lookback app Timehop but unlike Timehop which focuses on what you have posted on… Continue reading Memories on Facebook really makes you think
When people think of Easter, they think of bunnies, dyed eggs, and those pretty bonnets and fancy clothes you see people in old movies wearing. They don't think of the death and resurrection of Christ nor do they think about how tough this holiday is on some people. That's kind of sad really. And yes,… Continue reading Easter…in all its craziness
This is a true story: A young woman goes to a church and she joins some activities to find enlightenment and meet like people. She is a likable character who came from a multi faith home (her parents are of two different branches of Christianity) and she is quite intelligent having taught herself a lot… Continue reading What is so wrong with being a smart Christian?
Too often the issue of religion instilling fear comes up. I know this is something I have tackled before but I started thinking of it because of a recent string of events. So as I probably mentioned before, I have taken part in a Bible study at church. It's run by the guys who run… Continue reading What can we learn from fear? Probably nothing.
So I know we all heard the story about Wheaton College professor Larycia Hawkins and how she is facing a possible termination for wearing a hijab in solidarity towards the Muslim community in the wake of terror attacks that were caused by ISIS members or people inspired by the extremist group. My question is this:… Continue reading Aren’t we all one in the same?