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A Christian Moderate: Neither Left nor Right

// December 29th, 2014 // No Comments » // Articles

Most of us know that the greatest commandment given by Jesus was to love God, and the second was to love one another. Unfortunately, when it comes to the Christian experience, this is often lost. We seem to spend so much time arguing over our differences and theology that could have been spent loving each other. In fact, some people have rationalized that correcting another’s theology is an ultimate expression of love — to which I would reply:

Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food.  If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it? – James 2

Love people by meeting their true needs, which we only learn by humbly asking, not independently deciding.

The Middle Road

A problem I experience often is that my moderate theology is not satisfactory for my brothers and sisters on the far right or left. One might state that it is nearly impossible to satisfy people at the extremes and so be encouraged to abandon the effort entirely. The reality is that I wish to change the church, and to do so I believe I must learn to co-exist with others that have different Christian theology. Continue Reading

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About Christian Freak

// December 27th, 2014 // No Comments » // About

Christian Freak is a site for Christian thought for those who are not mainstream, but also for those in the mainstream that they may learn more about those of us who are different. Many subcultures have been marginalized, ignored, or even demonized by the Christian church. Here, you are welcome, geek and goth, nerd and cosplayer, gamer and punk.

1379930_10152370522351576_6066154332037900588_nThe Author

Stephen Weese has been a Christian and a freak almost his entire life. He was saved at the age of ten and started playing Dungeons and Dragons when he was twelve. In elementary school the gift of a Commodore 64 computer turned him into a geek. As he was studying Computer Science in college, he became an assistant to a pastor at a small Baptist church where he began ministry training. He has given sermons in churches and spoken at campus Christian groups and attended leadership conferences at a charismatic church. He is the author of the book, God Loves the Freaks, which deals with diversity and subcultures in the church, as well as unity and legalism. Continue Reading

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Be a Real Geek Hero of Cosplay

// December 27th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Be a geek and make the world a better place.

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God Loves the Freaks

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God loves the freaks, why doesn’t the church?

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The Power of Accepting Yourself

// December 1st, 2014 // No Comments » // Articles

When reading the title of this article you might think, “Hey, that doesn’t sound like something that the Bible teaches.” Its true it’s not exactly something that is directly from the Bible. However, there is great strength in knowing who you are in relation to God, and accepting that fact.

Sinful but forgiven

Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus, because through Christ Jesus the law of the Spirit of life set me free from the law of sin and death. – Romans 8: 1-2
I want to start off by mentioning we are free from sin. This is an essential foundation. We are free from sin and not condemned. What is the condition? That we are in Christ Jesus, that we place our faith and lives in his hands, simply put, that we are Christians. That is it; all we need to do to be free. This does not mean we do not sin anymore, but rather we are free of the slavery of sin, and the law that says sin leads to death.

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