Trump’s Anti-Immigration Policy Is Anti-Christianity, Like So Many of His Views

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I came here and became an undocumented alien. I’m biased on the immigration issue, but not in a bad way I would say, but rather in the live-in-another-person’s-shoes kind of way. I didn’t know I was undocumented until I turned 16. My life flipped upside down when I found out this country I loved to live in didn’t want me, especially because I didn’t do anything willfully. That’s the funny thing about criminal laws, most require CRIMINAL INTENT—some willful, knowing action. Continue reading

Being “in love” and actual Christian love: How to tell the difference

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There is one book that forever changed my perspective on the word “love,” a book that I’ve kept in my possession for about 13 years now (which is shown in the image above). While I was in college at Emory University, there was an elective that only a select few students were admitted to take each time it was offered—”Psychology of Love”—and I was one of those fortunate few who were allowed in. Continue reading