Our Two Charges
Jesus Christ spoke very plainly and clearly to His apostles. Towards the end of his ministry, Jesus was asked what was the greatest command that was to be followed, and His answer left us with just two charges.
Then The Sun Came Out
We had some strong storms recently. The lightning crashed, the rain fell, and the wind blew something fierce. As to be expected, there was damage throughout the town; limbs down, power out, light damage to homes and property. As I made my way out of town I thought to myself, “Isn’t this like life?”
A Lesson Learned From A Child’s Coloring Sheet
“Our thoughts, pictures, and ways are corrupted because we and the world have been tainted with sin.”
Profile: Martin Heidegger
“Martin Heidegger’s philosophy, along with the others, did not have any ‘hope’ to give.”
We read in the Bible that Jesus tells us to go out unto the world and become fishers of men. There seems to be a problem with modern Christianity. We no longer follow Jesus’ command. If we read the scripture and look at the process of fishing with a net then we should notice something is wrong.
Profile: Karl Jaspers
“He bent all his energies toward the development of a philosophy that would be independent of science but that would not become a substitute for religious beliefs.”
Profile: Jean-Paul Sartre
Before we get started with our first philosopher, Jean-Paul Sartre, you need to know some of his history.
This is not going to be your typical Thanksgiving message.