Jesus’ Paradigm Shifting Views Towards Women

Despite a general sense in our wider culture that Christianity is somehow anti-woman, I’ve never found this belief to carry much weight. That said, I know many Christian women have struggled with this general idea, so I by no means seek to diminish what some have experienced in their walk with Christ. I understand that … Continue reading Jesus’ Paradigm Shifting Views Towards Women

Re-examining the “Gift” of Singleness

A very common belief within Evangelical circles is that for someone to remain single for a lengthy season of their life, at least happily so, would then mean that they have the “gift of singleness.” While in one sense I think that is true, what is typically meant by “gift,” is a type of given … Continue reading Re-examining the “Gift” of Singleness

Knowledge of Sin Leads to a Love of the Savior

This weekend I participated in a lot of discussion on the importance of clearly teaching and articulating the nature and evil of sin, and I believe much of the dialogue was fruitful. This led me to remember a recent assignment that I was required to complete for a class that I’m taking which asked us … Continue reading Knowledge of Sin Leads to a Love of the Savior

A Taste of My Fiction: The Dehumanizing Effect of Sexual Fantasy

The majority of my blog posts are non-fiction, with the occasional poem thrown in from time to time, but I rarely exhibit any of my fiction. I’ve completed one work of fiction and have been trying to gain some traction with another one, with little success (I’m hoping this post might spur me on a … Continue reading A Taste of My Fiction: The Dehumanizing Effect of Sexual Fantasy