MBTI Christianity – N vs S

In the history of Christianity, the neurological difference between those who perceive the world through intuition versus those who perceive through the senses is, in my opinion, the largest source of strife and turmoil. A strong intuitive, or N (because I was taken already), perceives the world primarily through their imagination. I am a very... Continue Reading →


MBTI Christianity – E vs I

In my many years studying both psychology and theology, I had an epiphany a number of years ago about the different types of Christian faiths. In other words, the way that God designed us, with our 16 unique personality types, our sliding scales of 4 primary means of interacting with the world, directly influences and... Continue Reading →

My Research v.3

Once the worldview of Nonreductive Physicalism has been established, and once the premise that fear is the root of all sin has been presented, the next step is a thorough investigation into the nature of fear itself. For instance, fear is a basic emotion. There are no emotions motivating or further beneath fear, it is... Continue Reading →

My Research v. 2

Once the worldview of nonreductive physicalism has been established, I turn to the primary purpose of my research, the establishment of fear as the root of all sin. What has one to do with the other, you ask? Well, just like I show with nonreductive physicalism that "soulishness" is directly linked to biology, so also... Continue Reading →

My Research v. 1

Over the years, many people have asked me what I'm working on. While I have shared with you, through the cycle of consequence, and the foundations pieces this blog started with, the philosophy upon which my worldview stands, I have not spoken much about what my Ph.D. Dissertation is actually about. Obviously, there is not... Continue Reading →

How to Witness

In my life, I have known many people who have been hurt by the members of the church. I have known a few atheists and many agnostics. I have known some Muslims, and a Buddhist or two. I have known some Jews and a number of Christians who don't remember God. In each instance, knowing... Continue Reading →

FAQs… Again!

Since my previous post, I have been asked three questions for which I have answers! In your theology, is there some form of transaction between humanity and God, either in terms of the reception of the Spirit, or any other form? The transaction I perceive in the God/human relationship is one where God is consistently... Continue Reading →

As a follow up to my previous post, I wanted to answer two questions that I get in reference to my Reasonable Theology. If what you say is true, and sin is the natural consequence of a love-filled universe, why did Jesus die? Great question! History, the Bible, and tradition tell us that Jesus died... Continue Reading →

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