[kris-tuh-sen-trik] – adjective
having as the theological focal point the teachings and practices of Jesus Christ.
That is the focus of this website – a christocentric point of view! Not an afrocentric, eurocentric or worldy-centric viewpoint but of Christ-centered information. The primary aim of this site is to defend the faith of true Christianity and present newsworthy information that will build the faith of any doubters, or convince those who don’t believe to turn to Christ and become born-again!
This site will engage readers and commenters of all types and one does not have to agree with Christocentric views to be an active participant on this blog. I do have guidelines for commenting which are listed on my menu titled Comment Policy for a better understanding of how you may place your views.
Who am I?
I am a conservative, evangelical Christian. I originally began my writing on topics such as the exposing of the anti-Christian celebration of Kwanzaa (formerly christocentric.com/Kwanzaa now morphed into this blog), Afrocentricism and Black Liberation Theology, just to name a few. My writings have now branched out covering any socio-political and spiritual theme as it relates to God through His Son Jesus Christ. So in opposition to an Afrocentric themed name, my blog became Christocentric – Christ centered!
Thank you for stopping by Christocentric and hopefully this site will be a blessing to you (or a pain in the butt depending on your perspective)! If you want to know how I became a Christian, then do stop by and read My Story!
Always in Christ,
Author of Kwanzaa: Cultural or Cultic
San Diego, CA
A little bio…
Divorced mother of five Children
Member of the Rock Church San Diego – Miles McPherson, Pastor*
Previous published articles in the Southern California Christian Times (now called the San Diego Christian Examiner) and San Diego Union-Tribune (Op-Ed articles), and numerous talks shows both Christian and non-Christian nationwide.
(last edited 12/26/11)
*My views on this blog do not necessarily reflect 100% of the views of my pastor, Miles McPherson. Close to 95% though!