Wednesday, May 16, 2012


So today, I'm going to ask some question's I've been struggling with in regards to Heretics- yes I realize that is a cruel word, and I don't have the place to decide who is a heretic and all the other jazz that might be thrown at me for using such a strong word. If I am immoral or in sin for using such strong language than so be it, for my conciseness is unconstrained by scripture or reason in regards to the reality that some are Heretics.

A heretic most simply is one who causes a divide in the church, but that in itself is not a concise enough definition or else all Christians everywhere would be considered heretics. I do believe that the cause of a divide is a necessary condition for being a heretic, but more specifically a heretic is one who's beliefs, actions, or words undermine the core of Christianity. So I would not call someone a heretic simply because they are outside of my particular denomination. This might be to nice of a definition for some of you, and it it is not a true one that correct me friends.

finally to the point.

Where do you stand on worshiping with Heretics? Should they be allowed to sing with us, to take part in our bible studies, and church services? Should we allow them to pray with us? To what degree do we fellowship with them? Do we argue with them or cut ties all together? Is it better to try to persuade them or abandon them? I really don't have a good answer for this, and I'm hoping that you all do.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Culture of Death

So lately our goverment has tried to push the Catholic church to take part in Abortion, and our president has openly admitted that Homosexual marriage should be legal. Our medical systems continual to consider euthanasia, and our sciences use the embryonic stem cells to study the affects of new taste buds.(if you doubt any of this a quick search on Google with confirm it).

I call attention to these things because they all revolve around one thing: death. Abortion prevents life from even starting, Homosexual marriage does not add to the population, but is a stagnant use of the reproductive organs. Euthanasia seeks to put to end the lives of individuals rather than leaving them in the hand of God, and then our sciences capitalize on the aforementioned death of infants for commercial gain. Sadly, it appears our culture is becoming one that enslaves itself to its desires at the expense of others, on the grounds of the individual. It's depressing. Please pray that God returns a love for life to the American People.