Faith in God is a justifying thing, and faith is not your feelings.
One of the problems I've tended to have with materialism is how it seems to place into my own (subjective) mind (actually brain... and hence render them largely delusional as it relate to the universe itself). This isn't only the case with my religious ideas, but also the ideas I have of good and evil, and … Continue reading Is it really beautiful?
This week marks one year since I first arrived in Korea and began to preach at the English Worship Service at Sangdang Presbyterian Church. I have to say that pastoral ministry is greatly different than I had imagined it to be, though I'm betting much of that has to do with the different kind of … Continue reading Reflections on my First Year of Pastoral Ministry
For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. (Psalm 139:13-14) Dad: We made a beautiful daughter (4 year old) Daughter: God made me, and you are not God. As I was … Continue reading The Results of a Simple Theological Truth
One of the main topics dealt with on this blog is Religion, and especially Christianity. Now, I do not expect all (or even most) of my readers to agree with me on this topic. It's a highly debated one. That said, I have noticed a disturbing trend when it comes to this topic as its … Continue reading A Word on Using Logic
Well, seems that the mobileme hosting of my website is messed up, so now that I'm deciding to return to blogging, I'm also returning to using wordpress for my blogging. So here I am back blogging on my wordpress account. In any case, my wordpress account has always had more traffic, so it's probably best … Continue reading A Return to WordPress (and to blogging)
I meditate on your precepts and consider your ways (Psalm 119:15) In my reading and experience in counselling, the saddest times are when people realize that what they had called love for someone else had been simply their need to love something, not really a love for the thing loved. In essence, the object of their … Continue reading Loving a Cipher