• Christianity

    Society’s View of Jesus as a Peace-Loving Hippie

    I’ve noticed a disturbing trend lately, one I’ve decided to address if only for the sake of emptying my head of all the nonsense I’ve been coming across on social media lately. Back in June, when the supreme court passed the equality law regarding marriage, I noticed many Christians placing the brightly colored rainbow background on their Facebook avatars. I found this action alone to be disturbing because to call yourself a Christian and then place a symbol of support for sinful behavior on your profile is one of the greatest forms of hypocrisy I have seen in this age. The Old Testament AND the New Testament are very clear…

  • Christianity

    Fifty Shades of Filth and the Degradation of Freedom

    There’s a lot of controversy hitting the fans over the latest piece of crap that Hollywood decided to put out onto the big screen. While the buzz started as a piece of Twilight fan fiction and escalated into a best-selling book, Fifty Shades of Grey has turned into a global phenomenon that has sought to further shatter humanity’s moral compass. This post really isn’t about Fifty Shades of Grey though. There’s enough articles you can read online right now written about how degrading and disgusting the movie and books are – this one being the best I’ve read. The books and the movie promote sexual abuse, a rape-mindset, and strips…

  • arts and entertainment,  Christianity

    Poopy-Faced Christian Prudes

    This is actually a revised version of a post that I wrote a few years back when I was first trying to make a case for my own edgy Christian fiction series, Black Earth. I don’t feel the need to make a case for why I write what I write anymore, but I think some of these older posts are relevant, especially when we’re talking about Christian, edgy content, and the world we live in today. First, I want to debunk an attitude that I’ve come across one too many times now: Christian’s vehemently judging non-Christians for participating in edgy entertainment – books, movies, music, video games, etc. What’s even…