simply, Christian

It's Friday, and the stress is on. I have a major presentation to make on Monday, and I will not give up free time with my family over the weekend to work on it unless the bottom drops out of my workday. Though this is my first time to present on this topic, I am slowing gaining...
The bread you keep belongs to the hungry, the cloak you store in your closet belongs to the naked man; the shoes rotting in your house belong to those who are barefooted; the money you keep hidden belongs to the needy. Thus you are committing as many injustices as there are people to whom you...
A home without books is a body without soul. Cicero— Philosophy Muse (@philosophy_muse) October 16, 2014
subtitle: why moving to Postach.io isn't as simple as clicking "Import" but worth it Moving between blogging platforms is never as simple as "click" and done. Even if there is a way to import posts directly from one platform to another, there's usually some massaging that has to be...
Lord Jesus, you are my righteousness, I am your sin. You have taken upon yourself what is mine & given me what is yours.— Martin Luther (@LutherQuots) October 2, 2014
As mentioned before, I've been using Wordpress for ages. Since 2005, in fact. We have a relationship that goes way back and is filled with fond memories. It's a great platform that offers an insane amount of customization, user forums unmatched anywhere except in the Linux world,...
It has been several months since I stopped actively blogging. Honestly, I thought qbout quitting entirely, as I didn't have time to write...or so I thought. As it turns out, not having (i.e., making) time to write had the side effect of not having (i.e., making) time to read. So, what I...
In our day, in the time of the New Testament, God has given us Baptism, the Sacrament of the Altar, and absolution to bring Christ very close to us, so that we can have Him not only in our heart but also on our tongue, so that we can feel Him, grasp Him, and touch Him. God did all this for the...
There is a fantastic post over at Ded Orthodox Zeppelin that should be mandatory reading for Lutherans (or our sympathizers) of any ilk. The discussion centers on man's participation in sanctification...can't you already hear the cries of "Pietist! Pietist!" before you even click the...
It's no secret that the HCSB is my favorite bible translation with respect to the its combination of translation equivalence with well-written English...with that in mind, however, I must admit to having a love affair with the ESV for over a decade now. It's not that I absolutely...