August 2016

We hear it on Christian radio. Students hear it at Christian school. Many people hear it in church every Sunday. 21st century America has been abuzz with campaigns and resolutions to reclaim America for Christ and regain our country’s good morality.

  “I turned my collar to the cold and damp When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of a neon light that split the night and touched the sound of silence. And in the naked light I saw ten thousand people, maybe more.

  My wife and I were in the movie store the other day, and as we were standing in line, I saw a sign, about 5 feet tall, leaning up against one of the movie racks.

  I’m not sure I’ve made up my mind about Christian dating websites, and I’m sure some of you know someone who had successes and failures while trying to meet the special someone online. However, that’s not the point of my story here.

Because most experts have no clue as to how they should approach addiction science has been called upon to solve the issue. Thousands of people in the medical field want our scientists to now use their skills to cook up some new potion so we can finally resolve this “disease”

Once upon a time, two sinners were saved by the grace of God. Before that, they were raised with a heavy emphasis on good morality and rule-keeping, both in the home and the church denominations in which they were involved. Now, post-conversion, these two worlds collide. And they collide hard.

  I don’t bite my proverbial nails. Ever since I can remember, I’ve watched all major world events which are covered on the news through the lens of apocalyptic dispensationalism. It’s the only thing I knew until I became reformed.

  1. Addiction is Not Simply a Brain Disease- The secular worldview about addiction being an unresolved brain disease contradicts the biblical one. The Bible holds all men accountable for their sin and that includes drug abuse as well. Therefore, the disease model of addiction is another attempt by the