The Perfection of The Lord’s Prayer


I adore the Lord’s Prayer.

It contains everything a Christian needs for a healthy relationship with God, and for a deeply profound faith.

It is the most important thing Jesus taught us.

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Salvation According to Jesus: Repentance and Change


What does Jesus’ reaction to a short little rich man who swindled countless others have to tell us about Salvation? The answer might suprise you…

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From The Venom of Snakes Comes Redemption


What can kill can also heal. What is “bad” for us can become “good” for us. The venom of snakes is about healing and transformation.

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December 21, 2012: The End of the Age of Me and The Coming of The Savior

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Tomorrow, 12.21.2012, has pretty much been the day I’ve been waiting for since I started this blog two years ago. I am filled with hope and anticipation! Come read, and find out why…

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A Funny Kind of Resurrection: Easter Sunday


He is Risen! But, chances are you won’t recognize that fact. For the real nature of Yeshua’s resurrection is quite unexpected. It’s a funny kind of thing…

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Good Friday: The Day God Saved Us From God?


Today across the world, people will hear that Jesus died to save us from death and wrath. God’s wrath. Well, this is a lie. This is wrong. And I’ll show you how.

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Newsweek: Forget the Church. Follow Jesus.


Newsweek’s Andrew Sullivan has declared a revolution has begun within Christianity. I couldn’t agree more. Walk away from the old, start something new.

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Finding my home by leaving it…


The Spark has been set… I never in a million years would have thought that the “goodbye video” I made last Tuesday (about my choice to no longer be “Christian” and walking away from the church as it exists today) would have generated such a response. I have been put back on my heels a […]

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Why I Am No Longer Christian – Walking Away From the Church


My attempt to explain why I haven’t been writing and what’s been going on in my head over the last 3 months.

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How The Book of Jonah Supports Universalism

The sad reality for most of us.

God is merciful to all of God’s children and creation, good and bad: “And should I not be concerned about Nineveh, that great city, in which there are more than a hundred and twenty thousand persons who do not know their right hand from their left, and also many animals? (Jonah 4:10)”

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