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Suicidal Christians?!

The disappointing news of another Christian suicide came to my attention yesterday. According to the Christian Post article, "Jarrid Wilson, associate pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, has died by suicide aged 30." Wilson killed himself "Monday night, on the eve of World Suicide Prevention Day." According to a second Christian Post article,… Continue reading Suicidal Christians?!

Hey, Margaret Atwood

A recent Medium.com article written by Margaret Atwood author of The Handmaid's Tale and the MaddAddam Trilogy is the focus of today's post. Margaret Atwood proclaims herself an Agnostic in the article titled, The Battle Between Action and Belief. Unfamiliar with the term, Agnostic, I found the following definition in Webster's Dictionary: "An Agnostic is… Continue reading Hey, Margaret Atwood

The Most High, Mary is NOT

Purchase your copy from Amazon.com Reading Ronnie Smith's, Roses for the Most-High, from a heart for Christ, I found myself emersed in pools of liquid rituals and traditions. The ebb and flow of romantic poetics in this complimentary copy dragged my spirit from the shores of Solomon's Song to Apocrypha texts. From houses of mystics… Continue reading The Most High, Mary is NOT

The Glorified Body Pt. 3

┬áCourtesy of Branches Catholic Ministries The Bible is the most trusted record believers have of our Lord and Savior's birth, His life's ministry, His death on the Cross, and His Resurrection, the idea to begin part three of the Glorified Body with a demonstrative and compelling vision of what our resurrected bodies will look like… Continue reading The Glorified Body Pt. 3