Patrick is the founder and lead editor of the publication. Currently a pastor of many years by trade, Patrick served in the US Army and did his graduate work at both Miami University in Oxford, OH (Social Sciences) and the University of Dayton (Theology) — earning an advanced degree. He enjoys bringing a larger historical and philosophical perspective to his projects. Also, he likes comic books.
On Thursday (June 15th), the leader of one of Britain’s most influential political parties was forced to resign by party leadership over a matter of religious belief. Tim Farron, a committed Christian, submitted his letter […]
It seems that the Communist Party of China is taking a large step back toward their Marxist, anti-religion heritage. According to local sources, the party has instituted a new policy requiring impoverished Christians in China […]
Unity. If there is one thing the 2016 election clearly demonstrated, it’s that the United States lacks the basic ideological agreement necessary for unity to exist over such a vast population. Two philosophical camps have […]