Category: My Worldview

The Legacy of Muhammad Ali and How Being ‘The Greatest’ Still Isn’t Quite Good Enough

Image credit: huffingtonpost.com Few things in this world give insight into the theology of individuals who profess to be Christian than the death of a beloved celebrity. Prior to their earthly demise, most Christians are staunch particularists when it comes to a celebrity’s eternal destiny; rigidly dogmatic that salvation (heaven) is obtained through faith in Jesus Christ alone (Acts

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Black Christian Millennials: Seeking Perfect Justice in an Imperfect World

Image credit: fusion.net Disclaimer: The following commentary is in response to an article published on the website fusion.net entitled Black Youth Are Going Church-Hopping and Here’s Why by Tyree Boyd-Pates. It is not meant as a criticism of Mr. Boyd-Pates nor of black millennials in general. It is merely my humble attempt to respectfully engage

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The Blessings of Being Transparent With an Omniscient God

How transparent are you with God? The question may seem non sequitur considering that God, the omniscient creator of all life, inherently comprehends everything that can possibly be known about us (Psalm 139:1-3; Hebrews 4:13). Nevertheless, there is something to be said about the degree to which we desire (or not) to be intimately known by a God

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