Category Archives: Christianity and Culture

The Dark Shades of “Christian” Black Consciousness

In have not in my limited experience seen anyone come right after imbibing the poison of what I call “Christian” Black Consciousness. For…
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UnMasking the Demon of Idleness #LockDown

There are many vices that the bible addresses pointedly and strongly and one of them is idleness. The wisest of all men Solomon…
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Does wearing a suit and necktie make you holy? Mental hygiene on church and dress

I can barely imagine any issue that is as half as divisive as the issues of dress and music in Christendom. The point…
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Judgementalism: The Scourge of Chronic Introspective Illiteracy

The working definition of “judging” for the purposes of this piece is “..to form a negative conclusion or opinion about someone or something”.…
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UnSugar Coating Dead Salt: 8 Lessons from the Parable of Talents

In Matthew 25: 14-30 we are given a reverting account of a wealthy master who entrusted a measure of his wealth (in form…
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The Value of Now

Achieving your goals one now at a time “Now” is not only the only link between the past and the future, the previous…
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Is your Enterprise Fire Proof? A Spotlight on Business and Christianity

A useful point of departure for the subject of business and religion or business and Christianity is to debunk the notion that the…
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What Do you Want to be When you Grow Up?

I am aware that the subject of purposeful living is a tired causeway for motivational speakers. Notwithstanding, the difference between bubblegum-motivational-talk and the…
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