About

Who am I?

I am an anonymous first-time blogger. I can also be characterized as an American Millennial, patriot, fiscal conservative, and a Bible believer.

Hobbies? Interests?

Amateur astronomy, mountain biking. Economics, politics/political science, psychology/sociology, and philosophy.

What is this blog all about?

This blog is about rational thought first and foremost. It is my goal in writing this blog to educate readers on the important issues and questions facing them today. I do not provide biblical commentary on how to live your life. By providing Biblical commentary, I do not cause my readers to think for themselves, I simply tell them what to say and do. I try to  provide Bible-believers with some of the tools they may need to answer the ‘hard questions’ asked by them of the secular community and start thinking for themselves. I also use rational thought to refute the thought processes and conclusions many atheists claim when ‘debunking’ the Bible. One of the major focuses of this blog is the youth. Our youth is frequently being challenged on their belief systems and from my experience, parents do not provide any good answers. This blog is a way to help Christian and Jewish youth an answer of some sorts to the questions they may ask or be asked.

What topics are covered by this blog?

This blog is a space for me to share my thoughts a myriad of subjects. These will most likely include but should not be limited to current political/social topics, historical political/social topics, and general philosophy. General philosophy can be further specified into a rebuke of rational thinkers thinking irrationally and philosophical Judeo-Christian ideas/values being found in (or not!) the Bible.

Why “Hebraic Thought”?

There are many articles out there that highlight the differences between “Greek Thought” and “Jewish Thought.” But how do we apply that? Is Greek thought bad and Jewish thought good? What can we learn from these two thought processes? Why is this dichotomy “Greek” in nature and is this the right way of thinking about this question?