Tag: Apologetics

The Superbowl “He Gets Us” ad is blasphemy

Though I did not watch the Superbowl game and have not watched one in decades. I woke up this morning to see my social media platforms lit up about one of the Superbowl ads – He Gets Us.  The ad is a photo collage (artwork) of people washing others’ feet. Their agenda is to teach their views

Let’s make Dogmatic Theology great again

Disclaimer: This is not an article or a formal position paper. It is merely a blog post to informally share my position on this subject.  Sadly, the following ‘D’ words have become dirty words in today’s evangelicalism.  Most today have been brainwashed to believe the aforementioned words are negative. Without apology or reservation, I freely

The internet is brutal to those who desire to Imitatio Christi

The liberal’s slanderous race card has finally been declined like a maxed-out credit card. But Christians still have to contend with Evangelicalism and big Eva pulling their three favorite misused cards. And they are, you’re a 1) legalist, 2) self-righteous, and/or 3) holier than thou. Fact check. There is nothing good about me except the

Defining a penal substitutionary atonement, an essential but neglected doctrine

The doctrine of atonement is at the core of the Gospel. Therefore, it is essential for salvation. But through sanctification, God willing, I also believe in limited atonement, substitutionary atonement, and penal substitutionary atonement. But sadly, penal substitutionary atonement is a neglected doctrine.  Arminians and many dispensationalists don’t want to believe God hates the sinner, not just sin. And that

The blasphemous politization of Proverbs 29:2

I’m seeing various Proverbs 29:2 memes posted similar to this. Though we can apply this to our current circumstances in America, this verse is not speaking specifically of America or her politics. And it’s certainly not speaking of Donald Trump. Surely according to the worlds standards, Trump was a far better president than Biden. But