In 1986 pop music reach its zenith with the release of “Everybody Have Fun Tonight” by the group, Wang Chung. Check out this excerpt to see what I mean: Across the nation Around the world Everybody have fun tonight A celebration so spread the word Everybody have fun tonight Everybody have fun tonight Everybody Wang … Continue reading Every Third Person Wang Chung Tonight! DDWJWD Part 3
There's an optimism that conceals corruption.
We're told that Donald Trump is a "baby Christian" and that we should not judge him. A person needn't have a particular understanding of "Christianese" nor must they attain some sort of religious performance before I'll acknowledge them as a brother in Christ. We are all in process. And yet I can't accept that Donald … Continue reading Wee Little Man
The following article is about atheism and philanthropy. Notice that of the $430,000 raised for cancer research in 2012 by "atheist groups," $215,000 came from Stiefel (who is independently wealthy) and that a large portion of the remainder came from Christians. No wonder Stiefel doesn't want to entirely alienate religious people. Obviously, he recognizes that they're the … Continue reading Charity Disparity
How can we live in joyful anticipation but not get all fanatical? Click this link for my most recent talk on end times: Next
"In the Land of Mao"
I'm reading Luke this week with my LTG. In chapter 24 vs 28 Luke tells of how Jesus nearly walked on by his disciples once they reached their destination. He had to be urged strongly before he would join them for a meal. At the meal, they came to realize his identity. This is how … Continue reading Polite Revolution
There is only one religion given by God and Christianity is not it. Give a listen and see what I mean. Except for these Chains
So I've coined a new saying, "When you're right, you're Nathan." Just kidding. But how do we hold to truth without coming off as arrogant or judgmental? Acts 17-18 holds an important message for Christ followers in this regard. When You're Right
I cannot endorse homosexual marriage. Sometimes I wish I could. I don't want to come across as bigoted or intolerant. I don't want to erect unnecessary hurdles to people coming to faith in Christ. I don't believe that anyone woke up one morning and thought, "I think I'll be sexually attracted to someone of the … Continue reading Starbucks Appreciation Day