7 Habits of Highly Effective Christians

The first time I ever preached a sermon I might have plagiarized Steven Covey. At least, I know that I referenced him and told everyone my sermon was going to be based on his spin-off book, Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens. I think I was a freshman in high school, had been raised a Christian, and had been baptized for three years. When the opportunity came to preach a sermon, I didn’t know where to start, so I got the idea to put my own spin on Steven Covey:5511081547_bacc35bf7b_b Continue reading

What Is Human Nature? A Dialogue

What is Human Nature?

You tell me.

Is human nature good?

No.

Is human nature bad?

No.

How is that?

Do you expect me to know?

Is there a human nature?

Are humans natural?

Is there such thing as humanity?

What do you think?

Are we human?

Are we not?

Who are we?

Are we not us?

Why do you always answer a question with a question?

Does it annoy you?

Will you stop?

Yes.

Where was I?

You asked about us.

When?

Just now.

Do we exist?

We think.

Can we ask a question?

You just did.

Is there such thing as a question?

If there’s an explanation.

What is a question?

“What” is a question.

What?

This.

Where?

Here.

Why?

Because.

How?

I’ll show you.

Who?

Me.

You?

Yes.

Who are you?

You decide.

Are you not me?

I’m me.

How can you know for sure?

I’m not you.

You’re not me?

But I’m like you.

Why are we alike?

We came from the same.

Where do we come from?

Humanity.

When did we become human?

In the beginning.

Humans?

Us.

Do we have a nature?

Yes.

Is human nature good?

Yes.

Is human nature bad?

Yes.

What is human nature?

To question it.