Bible Camp in Serbia

Last Week I was in Serbia on the WBP Bible Camp. I love the fact that Jesus united us in prayer, in songs, in worship and in experiencing the Gospel Continue reading Bible Camp in Serbia


Privatizing the State

A while ago I was arguing about privatizing the State, so that it would relieve it’s monopolies and become like a company. It’s constitution would thereby be similar to the incorporation papers or a legal document, that anyone could dissociate with on individual or corporate level. The basic fundamental difference between the State now and … Continue reading Privatizing the State

Questioning Identity Papers

People have been migrating since their existence. For most of the history Europe, which now has the so called “Migrant Crisis” on its hands, people moved relatively freely and to do so they didn’t even know of passports or papers with which one could prove their identity. Passports came into existence as letters requesting safe … Continue reading Questioning Identity Papers

On Tradition

I grew up a Catholic. My parents took me to church every few Sundays. Not every week-end though. I was made to go to the sunday school, that is in my language actually called something like “Faith Education.” I didn’t really believe in God that much back then. After Confirmation my path with Catholicism somewhat … Continue reading On Tradition