Multiple Sources, Martyrdoms, and Early Religious Persecution Distinguish Christianity

  The following blog offers several reasons in support of Christianity based on the sources of the Bible, the martyrdoms of many of those sources, and the power of Christianity to thrive despite its humble roots and early religious persecution. Multiple Sources Of the major religions in the world, only one is based on a …

Health Correlates of Religiosity and Atheism

A famous advertisement by British Humanists on the sides of London buses reads, “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy yourself” (Whitley, 2010). Should people pay attention? The percentage of people who do not identify with a religious institution or who consider themselves atheist or agnostic has increased in recent years in some …

Something about Mary: The Miracles of Our Lady

More than any Christian faiths, Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox believers revere Mother Mary, praying to her with rosaries and honoring her for the Immaculate Conception of Jesus Christ. The intention of this blog is to present several examples of miracles that Catholics have attributed to Mother Mary: Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, Our …

Archeological and Historical Extra-Biblical Evidence in Support of Christianity

The intention of the following blog is to provide archeological and historical, extra-biblical evidence in support of God, the Bible, and Christianity. The blog will present this support in the order aforementioned. Archeological Evidence “And He answered and said unto them, I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would immediately …

The Pursuit of Happiness: A Six Step Plan and Response to Mr. Oz Atheist

The intention of the following blog is to offer a Christian response to an atheist perspective on our purpose in life. The blog begins with an atheist’s perspective and purpose without God, followed by a Christian’s response and purpose with God. The latter includes a discussion on the pursuit of happiness and joy and the …