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Jonathan Kotyk

Jonathan Kotyk
Jonathan Kotyk is a student, self taught philosopher, recovering addict and born again Christian. He has spent time on both the far Left and Far Right side of the political spectrum and lives in Canada.

Which Church is the True Church?

Will the real church please stand up? There are so many denominations and non-denominational churches, all teaching something just a little different, or placing more importance on one thing over another; it is almost a full-time job trying to figure out which is true and which is false. We have ...

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Why Is There Evil If God Is Good?

If God is good, why is there evil? I think we have a hard time answering this question because we take a human-centered view of it instead of a God-centered one. When we see a horrific crime, our emotions get worked up and we focus on the victim or the ...

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What to Expect When Converting to Christianity

I’ve heard comments from unbelievers and seekers that one of the things holding them back from accepting Jesus as Lord and savior is that they don’t really know what to expect. One person said they don’t want to end up as some Bible thumping Jesus nut, and another mentioned a ...

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3 Problems With The Message Bible

The Message Bible translation by Eugene H. Peterson is a paraphrase of the scriptures using modern English, the author claims he is trying to make the Bible understandable to the average person. There are many issues I have with the Message translation, but for the sake of space I am ...

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Confessions of a Former White Nationalist

Since the Alt-Right and white nationalism is in the news so much these days, I thought I would share my journey through the white nationalist movement, how I got involved and how I left it. It all started really when I became disillusioned with liberal Christianity, socialist politics and my ...

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