— Mission Statement —
Providing honest reporting and analysis on the intersection of contemporary issues and theology, based on a Biblical Christian Worldview.

Jeff Hilles


Biblical Christians need to unite under a set of core beliefs.

No Christian, but one has ever had perfect Biblical systematic theology.

Question #13: Can anyone keep the law of God perfectly?

Answer: Since the fall, no mere human has been able to keep the law of God perfectly, but consistently breaks it in thought,...

It’s not more knowledge that we lack, but obedience 

We need to obey the calling of God to share His Good News.

Evangelism Through Faith vs. Facts

There is a difference between the seeker and the lost when talking about faith and facts.

Christianity as a “fungus throughout history”.

Christianity is strong and growing, like fungi.

God does not change His mind.

God (Jesus) is the same yesterday, today and forever.

Only those who see themselves as utterly destitute can fully appreciate the grace of God.

The lower our spirit is the higher His Spirit becomes in our lives.

‘Prophets for profit’ is not Biblical theology.

Those Pastors who preach God will accept payment for blessings are heretical.

Quick Comment on the LGBTQ+ Community and the Church

Corresponding with a reader who sees the church as unchristian.

Question #12: What does God require in the ninth and tenth commandments?

Answer: Ninth, that we do not lie or deceive, but speak the truth in love. Tenth, that we are content, not envying anyone...

Science is converging on theology.

As mankind continues to understand more of God's creation we draw closer to Him.

Core vs. Non-Core Theology

As Biblical Christians, we need view the theology of salvation as a priority.

There is nothing new under the sun.

Man is cursed by sin, but God offers a solution to those willing to follow Him.

United Methodist Church – A Response From an Insider to the Conflict

An Attorney, representing churches leaving the denomination.