Reflections on Grieving

Two years ago, on May 18, 2018, my wife and I lost our second child in a miscarriage. Not too long after, on September 17, we would lose our third child in a miscarriage. I had written a blog post on the first miscarriage, but didn't with the second because, really, I didn't have anything... Continue Reading →

Ask for the Old Paths

If you listen to sermons by Independent Fundamentalist Baptist pastors and evangelists, or you study enough into the IFB movement in general, you'll hear about something called "the old paths." The term comes from the King James rendition of Jeremiah, specifically this passage: Thus saith the Lord, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and... Continue Reading →

In Defense of Zipporah

Introduction Over the past few months, I've heard quite a few Independent Fundamentalist Baptist sermons which touched upon Zipporah, the wife of Moses. Specifically, they focused on this episode in the Exodus account, when Moses is on the way to Egypt with his family. At a lodging place on the way the Lord met him... Continue Reading →

Information Report – 3/27/2020

Alright, troopers, here’s another round of information and resources I’ve gathered over the past few weeks. I know I'm late here, but I was delayed by some obvious real life matters. A Survivor of Teen Porn Trafficking Speaks Out on Pornhub from Exodus Cry - This is a written testimony of a girl who had... Continue Reading →

Hebrews 10:25 and COVID-19

In the wake of COVID-19 and the pandemic we are currently experiencing, many churches have taken to cancelling or redirecting Sunday services. This has led to quite the outrage from some on social media, who have cited Hebrews 10:25 against those who cancel Sunday services. Their argument is that, since scripture tells us we should... Continue Reading →

Information Report – 3/6/2020

Alright, troopers, here's another round of information and resources I've gathered this week. Is Inherited Belief Inherently False? from Here's the Thing - A common argument among some atheists, popularized by Richard Dawkins, is that most people are only members of a certain religion because their parents were members of said religion. The article discusses... Continue Reading →

Information Report – 2/28/2020

Gather 'round, troops. Here's a gathering of resources I've found online this week. The Danger of Just Watching and the Power of Being Seen from Covenant Eyes - A short article on the danger in a relationship that can come not only from use of pornography, but the humiliation and damage that can come from... Continue Reading →

Welcome to The Long March!

Hello, soldiers, and welcome to The Long March! This is a blog and podcast centered around Christian apologetics and theology. My hope and goal is to be of service to our Lord in edifying the flock and calling out His sheep outside the fold. I am a Reformed Christian with a wife, two daughters out... Continue Reading →

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