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Saturday, February 24, 2024

Scott McIntyre

Scott McIntyre is glad his parents didn’t name him Vladimir or he’d be listed last on this page. While a long time California resident, he was the Oakland Spirituality Examiner for Examiner.com from 2011-12 and about the same time began blogging on several topics. The first, teaching Christians how to lovingly share their spiritual beliefs, emphasized skills that can benefit all forms of one-to-one interaction. He also writes on marriage, travel, downsizing, humor and the motive behind people’s words and actions. After retiring in 2016, Scott embarked on some major ‘R & R’ — Relocating and Rebranding. Following in his sister’s footsteps from the early 80’s, and later in the decade, his parent’s, Scott left the Golden State to become a Washingtonian in a small town just west of Spokane County.

Ask an Evangelical: Do Evangelicals Believe in Scientific Evolution?

Do Evangelicals believe in scientific evolution or do they believe each and every species was individually created?

Ask an Evangelical: Who or What do Evangelicals Believe God Is?

Who or what do evangelicals believe God is? Is God for them an image of a human man but not a woman? Do evangelicals believe in scientific evolution or do they believe each and every species was individually created?

Ask an Evangelical: How Do You Define ‘Evangelical’?

I consider myself Evangelical, meaning one who shares the gospel of Jesus. Do you share this definition?

Ask An Evangelical: Why Jesus, Why?

I believe there’s a commonality between the three ‘persons’ of our Holy God: the Father, the Son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit; they ALWAYS act in a way that is without sin.

Am I Surprised That Belief in God Has Dropped? Nope!

Gallup published the results of a poll, in June of this year, that they’ve been doing since 1944.  Asking the question, ‘Do you believe in God’, 81% of Americans answered yes. Now you might think that’s a very large number, and it is, but from the origin of the poll, the results have never been lower than they were this year.  The number stood at 96% the first year and from 1953 – 1967 it was at an all-time high of 98%. A slow but steady decline began after that, but even then, until between 2011 and 2013, the number never dipped below 90%. So why the recent ‘sudden’ drop?

Ask An Evangelical: Preaching Hatred

All Christians are to love everyone, regardless of color, sex, religion, values, beliefs, behavior, and any other potentially divisive difference. But just because we must love all, it doesn’t mean we can’t hate things they do.

Ciao to Choosing and Hello to Hiring, Part 2 

Here, I’m taking a giant leap in a different direction and looking at how voting may lead to behavior that could be harmful to our culture.

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