The Husbandman Ministry

A Christian Blog Dedicated to Thoughtful Discussion About Difficult Topics


I am passionate about my Savior, Jesus Christ, and His Word. I am just as concerned as Jesus was with traditions and incorrect understandings of scripture creeping into the church. With all humility, I am attempting to help Christians rethink things that may have gotten us off course. I believe that by faith, prayer, and study, God will use me to help in this task.

I have come to believe that there are two areas the church needs to refocus on, and that is the first three chapters of Genesis and the Paradise Kingdom of God.

The Creation Story

The view that the earth is only 6000 years old and that God created everything in six twenty-four-hour periods has been held firm by conservatives for decades. My intention is not to convince Christians that this view is incorrect; instead, it is to demonstrate another view that treats these chapters as literal without undermining doctrine. 

It is important because many cannot accept the belief that the universe is only 6000 years old. Demanding them to do so when there are other views will hinder the gospel’s reach.

I have a series of articles that I hope will help us think more clearly about this matter.

The Kingdom of God

Many Christians do not understand that the Kingdom of God is the central theme of the Bible. It is for the Kingdom’s sake that Jesus came to save men. The heaven men were intended to live in is on the earth, and it is our home. We have been led to believe we will leave this earth at some point and dwell in a heaven above.

Jesus preached the gospel of the Kingdom, which is the only gospel. Offering salvation for eternal life without the understanding that one is asking Jesus to be Lord and to live in His Kingdom is selling the gospel short.