The Christian God Is Written in our Hearts and Minds

The intention of the present blog is to offer support for the existence of the Christian God by marrying several ontological and moral arguments. The blog begins with a discussion of the history of the ontological argument, followed by an integration of the moral argument and the example of Jesus Christ. The Ontological Argument Centuries …

From Sepia to a Life in Full Color: A Christian Testimony — A Journey to Finding God

I grew up in a non-practicing Christian home. A military brat. I was sent to Bible School occasionally on Sundays where I heard the stories about Jesus and the other important people in the Bible. My family rarely attended an actual church. But it was regular enough that I had basic knowledge of Christianity, God, […] …

An Atheist’s and A Christian’s Perspectives on Cyber Bullying

We should lift people up, not knock them down. We're better than that. Accordingly, the following blog offers two perspectives on cyber bullying: the first is from an atheist and the second is from a Christian. The intention is to draw attention to on-line bullying via social media platforms and to offer ways to mitigate this serious …

Resolving Controversies Surrounding Joseph of Arimathea and the Women who Discovered Jesus’ Empty Tomb

Many atheists whom I have encountered on social media dispute the accounts of Jesus’ empty tomb, the discovery of the empty tomb by women, and the owner of the empty tomb, Joseph of Arimathea. One such atheist refers to himself as Kaimatai on social media. Kaimatai is a word that means “biologist” or “specialist,” which …

What Would You Do If You Were Me? A Christian Response to an Atheist

The following blog is a response to a blog from an atheist on social media who calls himself Atheist Engineer. I have been communicating with him for over six months and came upon his blog yesterday, which highlights a few words I’ve said to him. The purpose of this blog is to offer my response to …