About Me

My name is Justin and I have a BA degree with a major in Business Communications, concentration in Public Policy, and a minor in Psychology. I played on the varsity soccer team for four years at school where I was fortunate enough to receive Conference, Region, and District honors. In addition to soccer, I am involved with music, particularly a cappella singing.

I began to write political commentaries and Christian apologetics after taking some political science, philosophy, and relgious studies courses.

With the encouragement of the college Chaplain, I began to write essays and soon compiled them into a book. Since then, I have received a publishing contract! I suspect my book will be released pretty soon (more on that as information comes).

I am currently in graduate school working on an advanced degree in business.

Besides all that, I have started this website to talk about the important things in life – politics and religion.

Feel free to leave a comment or two, and enjoy my commentary.

-Justin

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9 Responses

  1. Dude that was quick! thanks for your post – how aptly put. Sigh. It’s a big headache to hear Christians talk like this. Peace.

  2. Hey there! Good stuff.

  3. I added you to my blog roll.

  4. Justin,

    Great blog. Like TT, I added you to my blogroll.

    aA

  5. Hey Justin,
    I read several of your posts…I appreciate your heart!…A Great blend of Grace and truth. Sort of remind me of Randy Alcorn. DM

  6. I’ll definitely be coming back. Enjoy your posts.

  7. Justin,

    It’s great to see the younger generation getting involved with learning the truth about politics and religion, both of which are corrupt to the core.

    There are only two truths: ALL or NOTHING. God is all, everything else is nothing. If voting changed things, it would be illegal. If religion changed things, there would be no wars.

    War is a racket. Very few wars have ever been fought for freedom, but all wars are fought for profit. When the warmongers want to start a war, they provoke, or create, an incendent (i.e. 9/11), and make people mad enough to fight.

    If one will recall, the U.S. supplied Iraq with weapons for ten years in their war with Iran. When Saddam refused to allow the U.S. oil companies to control Iraq’s oil fields, he became our enemy.

    For the past four years, The U.S. military has been fighting a “war on terror” and “nation building”. The “No Counrty Left Behind” program is in trouble. Iraq is failing to learn democracy under their U.S. tutors. If the “war on terror” was judged by the standards of the “No Child Left Behind Act”, the Iraqi people would be free to choose another school.

    How about the school of “mind your own business”? That works with my next door neighbor.

    Have a blessed day,
    Mike

  8. Hey Justin,

    I think we have some things in common. Though my main blog is http://www.qualityblogger.com I have several others. One of them is http://www.lessons-in-scripture.blogspot.com

    I have always considered myself a student of Christian theology, systematic theology and apologetics. I plan to expand my sites and ideas quite a bit to finally publish the content since I have a lot of it written down and need to get it posted! That’s my mission and calling.

    Anyhow you have a quality blog here so keep up the good work!

    – Michael Erik
    Quality Blog Critic
    http://www.qualityblogger.com
    “The Best Things In Life Are Free”

  9. Justin, thanks for stopping by my blog. I’m looking forward to following your commentary here.

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