When The Youth At My Church Discovered My Pinterest Account

I was like:

They have wicked hot chocolate recipes and told me how to get a stain out of my favorite shirt. Plus, it can teach you how to grill deliciously.

Ergo, owning a Pinterest account in no way jeopardizes one’s masculinity. End of discussion. It’s biblical.


Citing Bible Verses To Debunk An Atheist’s Claim

Ends like:

Okay, can we talk about this? Non-Christians don’t think the Bible is God’s word- right? So tis fair to say that citing a Bible verse in a discussion with an atheist is like referencing a driver’s manual to an Amish person with a broken buggy. And yet it seems to be a frequent status quo (particularly in online comment threads- oh lawdy do we like doing this in online comment threads!) to cherry-pick Bible verses to support our claims. This is neither helpful, wise nor is it contextually becoming of us, like putting on a dress to go scuba diving.

If we’re going to engage the culture in a conversation, let’s learn to speak their language and not feel like we have to shove ours down their throat.