This blog is an attempt to re-focus the modern Christian on our core values. Much of the modern Church argues over minor theological differences; focuses on increasing our numbers rather than our spirituality; cares more about the style of worship than its substance; and installs and enforces new "Christian" laws, instead of embracing our freedom from the Mosaic Law.
Just like a malfunctioning computer, we need to "reboot" - to eliminate all of the theological viruses and modern issues that have arisen in the Church, and return back to our historic core principles. I chose the term "reboot" purposefully: a reboot does not erase the data that we have stored in memory: it does not change the basic operating system of the computer. A reboot does, however, reset the volatile aspects of a computer back to its original state; it lets the corrupted operating files go away.
My prayer is that you will find this blog always to be thought-provoking, always to be edifying, and (most importantly) always to be filled with the merciful love and acceptance of God's grace.
Due to some recent events, this blog has been pulled down for a time. This may be temporary, or become permanent.