This blog is having an
existential crisis

While I tinker with a new design, I’m also pondering how, what, and why I write here. I don’t know how long that will take, but you’re welcome to email me and see how things are progressing.

Stress-testing the
mind of Christ

Where a recovering ex-atheist rams the Bible into other worldviews to see what breaks (note: Scripture cannot be broken)


studies
Can we do good without being Christians?

The short answer: no. But the real question is why—and why is it that an apparently virtuous action by an unbeliever is sinful, while the same action by a Christian is righteous?

These are the notes from our latest worldview study. This is a fairly simple question, but at the same time a very important one for understanding the importance of the gospel; and the depths of sin and grace. Given that most unbelievers think they’re basically good people, we need a clear view of why they actually aren’t.

Can we do good without being Christians?
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1s7NK3-mrFnz5l6zDjhD_GtOrcP4UOtnku5pqrRpODUs/edit?usp=sharing

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