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Weekly Thoughts | The Resurrection

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is one of the most central and significant events in the entire Bible. It stands as a cornerstone of the Christian faith, and its importance cannot be overstated. As C.S. Lewis famously said, “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about…

Weekly Thoughts | Random Chance

Random chance is a concept that has been around for centuries. It is the idea that events and outcomes are determined by luck or fortune, rather than by skill or intelligence. In the Christian worldview, this idea is fundamentally wrong because it fails to take into account the sovereignty of God. The Bible teaches us…

Weekly Thoughts | The Importance of Church Attendance

Attending church regularly is essential for Christians to experience the fullness of their faith. It is not just an opportunity to worship and fellowship with other believers, but also provides a number of spiritual benefits. Regular church attendance offers a number of advantages, including developing and nurturing a relationship with God, creating a sense of…

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The Church Failed Its Mission

Hi, My name is Michael. I’m the resident apologist here. While I try not to be so abrupt most times, I feel it is in the best interest of everyone who reads this blog to understand the motive behind it

Over the past century and a half, the Church has backed down consistently from the most important arguments of its day. We have lost the culture war, and with it, we’ve had a lot of spiritual casualties. Men, women, and children could have been brought to know Christ, yet the church faltered.

Our Father always gives a way out without fail on this Earth. All hope is not lost, as this was prophesied since our savior was here; however, what I hope you find inside will be encouraging and give you the tools you need to help “quench the fiery darts of the wicked.” And to continue on in the increasingly dark days ahead for our faith.

Solus Christus,

Michael Pircio

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