Category Archives: War and Peace

A Happy Birthday to Ron Paul

I’d like to take a few minutes to wish Dr. Ron Paul a happy birthday today.  I think Americans are privileged to have seen the greatest statesman in our country’s history since the Founders make two very important, albeit politically … Continue reading

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A Theology of Expansion: A Critique of Christian Zionist Interpretations of Scripture

Note: In light of the recent violence in Palestine, I’ve decided to upload my master’s thesis from Perkins School of Theology.  It’s a bit lengthy for a blog post, but I think it’s vital that all Christians understand why Christian … Continue reading

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About Last Night…

I have some confessions to make.  Yes, I stole this title from an episode of South Park.  Yes, I was more than a little giddy when Colorado became the first state to legalize marijuana.  Yes, I couldn’t resist the urge … Continue reading

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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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