Monthly Archives: October 2012

Consistently Pro-Life

In my last post, I briefly touched on some theological reasons for Christians (especially Orthodox Christians) to be anti-war as a general rule.  Again, I think there are some instances when war is justified, but these cases are extremely rare.  … Continue reading

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War: The Worst Form of Iconoclasm

I probably should have titled my previous post “How I Came to the Orthodox Church”, but “Why Orthodoxy?” sounded a lot better.  I’ll get into the specifics of “why” I decided to convert to Orthodoxy as time goes on – … Continue reading

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Why Orthodoxy?

For most of my life, I’ve been a Southern Baptist.  I was raised in evangelical, Southern Baptist churches and even attended Christian schools that were ministries of Baptist churches.  So how did I end up deciding to go from one … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Hello, all!  I’ve been thinking about starting a blog for some time now and here it is!  Posting my rants and musings on facebook has been fun, but it’s tough to sharpen writing skills and develop ideas in more detail … Continue reading

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