Genghis Khan And The Mongol’s Theology; A Big God

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I tried to read as widely as I can. I'm generally fascinated by biographies. Biographies of people who made a notable impact, waves, disruptions of sort. One of history's figures I've had interest in was Genghis Khan. He shaped the history and direction of a people and continent. After conquering a city, he inquired about a large building. He thought it was the sultan's but it turned out to be a place of worship. This was problematic for the Mongols. "What kind of god needs a place to stay? How small he must be." This is because the vision of Continue Reading [...]

The Compartments

In the quest for simplicity and understanding, I believe humanity has tried to simplify by putting a label on everything. We just have to have a label on everything. Instead, the quest for simplicity and clarity has made some things more complex and life a little more challenging. We've tried to have everything defined. Tried to manage everything by having it in labeled boxes we carefully manage so that they don't bump. We've reduced our lives into compartments. In Genesis God gave Adam and Eve life. He didn't give them a family life, a physical Continue Reading [...]

I Have ALL The Answers… [NOT]

Because I (claim to) have a relationship with God, I should have all the answers. That's an expectation my friends who aren't in the same faith boat as I am say. (Everybody believes in something, even if it's nothing). I also have Christ-following friends who take it since I have followed Christ for longer I should understand God better. They feel that because of this I should also have all the answers. The truth is I've been through a period where I tried to answer every question in my bid to for them to understand God and my faith. Yes, I have Continue Reading [...]