When technology fails, God doesn’t

You never know when technology will fail you. Indeed much of our capabilities are heavily reliant on our own internet capabilities. Certainly Evangelical Dark Web is heavily reliant on my ability to sit down on a computer and write. Otherwise my means of platforming a message are limited to my otherwise reclusive nature. But such […]

Why I Voted For Donald Trump

After writing The Christian Case For Trump 2020, I made the best arguments in voting affirmatively for Trump what the Bible says and the cultural worldview battles that are at play. I believe them to be the most compelling arguments in affirmative to vote for Trump. However, I have consistently maintained that a Christian case […]

Even Wayne Grudem thought John Piper’s article on voting was bad

There was no shortage of ways to attack John Piper’s fallacious article about voting with regards to Trump. But even Wayne Grudem has written his own response to John Piper. This is significant not because this is uncharacteristic of Wayne Grudem, but because the two are longtime friends and have even coauthored books together. In […]

Can Christians rebrand their way out of censorship?

On August 5th, I wrote about how big tech censorship will ultimately come for all likeminded Christian publications. This was in reference to JD Hall writing about the blacklisting of his site, PNP News (Pulpit & Pen), by Facebook. I concluded that I too must come up with a plan on how to address such […]

Demise of LifeWay: Changing times or because they peddled heresy?

It’s not the best of times to be a book store in 2019. Amazon crushed much of the competition. Still, Lifeway remained the retail branch of the Southern Baptist Convention until its announced closure of all of its stores back in March. The brand will continue to operate online. The SBC is embattled with confusion and […]

You don’t have forever to minister to people

I am saddened by what I write, for I thought God was truly leading me in a certain direction only for one day to change everything. In late July, I wrote a piece, the second installment of a series regarding God’s work in my work. Earlier in the month I penned a piece about how […]

Connections are worth more than degrees

I stated in a post I wrote months ago that I was searching for a new job. Today I am happy to announce that months of prayer have seen fruition. In May, I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree, yet I worked at the same job I worked for at my senior year of college. I […]

Tis the season… for scamming

Traffic was heavy this after getting off of work. So, I decided, as usual, when traffic is as heavy or heavier, to cut through the city of Baltimore to make way way to I-70 in order to get on to I-695. I’m in west Baltimore when I catch a light and this lady taps on […]

Receive God’s love in order to help others

Earlier in the month I penned a piece about how God gave me a sense of assurance and purpose in the midst of my miserable working experience. A main source of grievance was how the company was treating my friend. As I explained, a bad situation landed him in a tough financial situation. I also came […]

Discovering God’s will during a miserable work experience

I don’t know what my next paycheck will be. It’s part of the thrill of working a commission job. I work what I call an inbetween job. You know you’re in one if you you’re in one. Basically, the job pays more than minimum wage but less than an actual career. Hence my coinage of […]