What is sin? v.2

Previously we reviewed my definition for sin, commandments 1-3, and their involvement in every aspect of created existence, that is mind, body, and heart (emotions). Today we continue with commandments 4-6. Commandment 4 -┬áHonour your mother and father. Let me begin by saying that this does not mean listen to whatever your parents tell you... Continue Reading →


“What is sin?” v. 1

At an event recently, a conversation led to the realization that there are many different interpretations of what sin is. Everyone seems to agree that it is "missing the mark" or "going against the will of God" but how people interpret both of those things seems rather wide-ranging. For instance, a Romanian Orthodox Priest challenged... Continue Reading →

Further Thoughts on Sin

As I move into the second half of my dissertation project, I've been thinking a lot about how to make my case for fear as the root of all sin. It struck me recently that sin is a choice. When something terrible happens unintentionally, it is not considered sinful unless a previous┬áchoice was directly responsible... Continue Reading →

MBTI Christianity: J vs P

This is the final pairing of the MBTI personality index. It describes how you like to interact with the world outside of yourself. Once again to MyersBriggs.org for definitions: Judging (J) I use my decision-making (Judging) preference (whether it is Thinking or Feeling) in my outer life. To others, I seem to prefer a planned... Continue Reading →

MBTI Christianity – T vs F

You may have noticed in the last couple of blogs, that sometimes personality traits can overlap the different types. Such as an Extrovert enjoying praying out loud the same way that a Sensate might enjoy praying out loud. This is because each of the previous two pairings was directed at specific functions of your personality.... Continue Reading →

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 →

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