Happy

On February 25, 2015, in Personal, by july

About five months ago, I wrote a blog saying that I am slowly shedding off the rust from my apologetics days. I have to correct one sentence I wrote on that blog though.  I said, in apologetics we don’t deal with emotions.  I have to rephrase that to say, “In apologetics, we relegate emotions in […]

 

Why I am Still a Christian

On February 18, 2015, in Apologetics, Personal, by july

As many of you who follow my blog know, I post a lot about apologetics. I critique atheists, Buddhists, agnostics, Islam, fellow Christians and so forth. I give bite size reasons why mostly… and very rarely do I post a well bibliographed article (my most recent one on Jihad contains the most since I wrote […]

 

First Ringtone Composition After 15 Years

On January 15, 2015, in Personal, by july

I got my shiny Nokia 8250 yesterday and what better to do than to relive the nostalgia half my lifetime ago when Nokia 3210 and 3310 are all the rage.  I used to upload my ringtone compositions to the now defunct geocities.  Part of the website is still available for viewing actually.  Do note that […]

 

Time

On November 18, 2014, in Personal, by july

Here’s the thing about time: it’s the only resource we can never earn back. Everything in this life is paid with time… and that’s why punctuality is important. I have always said and taught to let one’s yes be yes and no be no. To make sure to come on time when one commits to […]

 

Returning To Apologetics

On November 2, 2014, in Personal, by july

The last 18 months was a bit of a shift for me in the body of Christ.  I have said it many times over, and so to repeat what has already been said is well, just another grain in the shore.  I do not want to lead small groups because it will take so much […]

 

The Rise of ISIS and The Need for a Savior

On September 23, 2014, in Personal, by july

Question: Is it in any way pleasing to do things that you know would hurt the feelings of people you deeply care about? Most people would immediately answer no.  Of course not.  Why would I want to hurt anyone’s feelings? Question: Does it please a parent when he spanks a child to discipline him? Answer: […]

 

20 Life Lessons I’ve Learned From Watching Boyhood

On August 17, 2014, in Personal, by july

Just watched the movie.  There are spoilers here… and this is rapid fire no art blog.  I just wanted to list down the things I’ve learned or am reminded after watching the movie. 1. Modelling.  If parents do not model the right character with their kids, they will raise kids that will also not model […]

 

29 Cheers Before 29 Years

On July 28, 2014, in Personal, Uncategorized, by july

I’ve listed twenty nine things I’ve learned (or God taught me) in the year.  Looking back, it was an awesome year. 29 – Psalm 37:4 – Take delight in the LORD and He will give you the desires of your heart.  God gives those who delight in Him new desires.  It is not to be […]

 

The Advent of Christian Apologetics In the Mainstream

On July 8, 2014, in Apologetics, Personal, by july

The year I became a Christian is also the year I began this journey in apologetics.  The year was 2008.  On April 15, 2008, I finished reading the Bible from cover to cover for the first time in three months.  The memories of those times are still vivid, especially in those times when, as I […]

 

Why Christianity Rise and Falls on the Divinity of Christ

On May 22, 2014, in Apologetics, Personal, by july

A thought came to me today as I was walking home today and it’s this: 1. The only legitimate way to find oneself in heaven is to have his sins accounted for. 2. In most belief systems, accounting for sins is by outweighing bad deeds with good. 3. In Christianity, accounting for sins is through […]

 

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