The moral decisions we make every day are related directly to the issue of authority. Whether we are conscious of it or not, we all base the moral and ethical choices we make on who we believe is in charge, or whether we believe the consequences are worth risking. Observing the speed limit, taking an... Continue Reading →
God sent Jesus, His one and only Son, not so that we should perish in our sin for eternity in hell, but to call on us to believe in Him so that we could have eternal life.
A popular opinion today is, «let’s just believe in Jesus and leave all the rest alone». While that sounds incredibly mature to a tolerance-preaching culture, it is simple not biblical, nor wise.
(English below) En parlant avec les Catholiques concernant la position de Marie dans l’église, la majorité citait Jean 2 comme exemple pour montrer comment Marie a une position élevée dans le ciel et comment Jésus écoute les requêtes de Sa mère. Le but de mon article est de répondre à la question: Est-ce que Jean... Continue Reading →
Today we see many standing against bullying, and rightfully so. The anti-bullying campaign is a growing voice whose goal is to stop those that find joy in intimidating, controlling, and hurting others. It seems like every week I see an article about another person being bullied at school, work, or in their neighborhood. The articles... Continue Reading →