Walking in the Faith

Living Out Your Christian Faith in a Secular World

Should Christians Gamble?
Joseph Mulak
Wednesday, November 22, 2017

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  1. politics, prayer, bible study, joseph mulak, election, voting, leadership, bible study
    03 Jun, 2018
    How Should Christians Vote?
    Here in Ontario, we have an election coming up in just a few short days. On Thursday, June 7th, we will be electing a new Premier (hopefully), so I figured this is a good time as any to discuss the issue of voting and politics from a Biblical point of view. Despite the title of this post, I'm not here to tell you which party to vote for.  Instead, this is a general discussion on the issue of politics that can be applied to any election. In Canada, it seems that many Christians are of the mind
  2. Are atheists better people, atheism vs theism, morality, objective moral standard, false logic
    05 Apr, 2018
    Are Atheists Better People Than Religious Folk?
    Recently, I saw a post on a friend's Facebook comparing the morality of atheists vs. religious people. This particular friend is an atheist, by the way. In essence, the post stated that atheists are more moral (or better people) than the religious because religious people do good in expectation of a reward (heaven), whereas atheists do good without this expectation, therefore they are the better people because they do good for no other reason than to do good. I've seen this particular sentiment
  3. Why do the wicked prosper, psalms, Walking in the Faith
    05 Nov, 2017
    Why Do The Wicked Prosper?
    We often hear the question, "Why do bad things happen to good people?" But what about the reverse: "Why do good things happen to bad people?" Many of us can relate to Asaph, a Levite who was one of those whose job it was to make music to the Lord, according to 2 Chronicles 5:12. He is the author of about a dozen psalms in the Bible. One of these is Psalm 73. Asaph begins by lamenting:  Surely God is good to Israel, To those who are pure in heart!  But as for me, my feet came close to