User:Eltinwë

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General Information:

   * Age: 17
   * Educational Status: Homeschooled
   * Grade: 12
   * Denomination: Inter-Denomational, attending New Day Assembly of God
   * Organizations: Generation Joshua (member)
                    Excelsior (staff)
                    The Christian Homeschooling Youth's Gazette (editor)
                    Pure Fun (lead music reviewer).
                    Regenerate Our Culture (contributor)
User Info


Socrates.png This user is interested in moral realism.
TheThinker2.jpg This user enjoys philosophy.
Scotland Alba
This user is of Scottish ancestry.

Bio:

David has lived in Western Pennsylvania from day one and will, God willing, continue to do so. Over the years, his interests have taken him into deep study of multiple disciplines, including Ancient and Medieval History with a concentration in the Near East and Europe, Consitutional Law in the United States, English, Christian Theology, Christian Apologetics, Philosophy, Church History, as well as cursory examinations of world religions - including Islam, Ancient Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Mormonism, and modern-day religions like Wicca, Neo-Paganism, and Satanism. Through all of this, David has gained a stronger conviction in the truths of the Christian faith.

David is the owner of The Account - "an evangelical Christian's view of the world" - which is focused mainly on Christian Theology, Philosophy, and Inter-Christian discussion. David and The Account have received accolades from greats like Agent Tim, Spunky Jr., and Alex and Brett Harris of the Rebelution.

It is David's vision that all Christians - Traditional, Reformed, and Evangelical - will one day find that unity in Christ that the Master and His disciples once prayed for. He also hopes for the day when the youth of the Church attain to the zeal of Timothy and Titus and bring the Church back to a right standing with God.

Sites:

  The Account
  Kingdom Knights: Fight the Scandal
  Harry Potter: To Read Or Not To Read?
  The End Times
  Christianity and the Lord of the Rings
  EkXew