Ambassador, Contributor, Mentor
Chelsea Comadoll is a fourth year PhD student studying synthetic organic chemistry at the University of Kansas. She is a native of the great state of North Carolina, where she resided until moving to Kansas for graduate school in 2017. She graduated from Appalachian State University in the same year with a BS in Chemistry and a Minor in Spanish. When not in the classroom or lab, Chelsea loves writing and watching baseball (go Braves!). She views writing as an opportunity to advocate for the values held within Christianity and traditional conservative ideology, notwithstanding the rise of secular liberalism within American culture. There are many people within our country who feel silenced or discouraged from speaking on behalf of conservative or Christian ideals. Having felt this way herself on college campuses, Chelsea is now fully embracing her convictions to speak boldly in support of these values in the face of a godless culture, and will continue to do so no matter the consequences.
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | December 22, 2020
Christians, we are bullied enough as it is for our faith. You do not have to tolerate bullying from within the church over a cloth mask, or for being politically active as a Christian. You do not have to endure that, nor should you.
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | October 26, 2020
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Our Roundtable guests share their closing thoughts, especially highlighting why being a Christian should mean something!
Where do people get the idea for "Christian Socialism" or that Jesus was a socialist? Was He or was He not a socialist?
What does the Bible have to say about abortion? Why are people so desperate to hide the fact that abortion is the tragic murder of an innocent life?
How Can Christians Best Handle Justice AND Injustice?
Is it possible for non-Christians to grasp the concept of true justice or injustice?
If Christ is sovereign over the affairs of man, why should we even bother to participate in politics?
How is the Government Serving as an Idol for Many?
What does the Bible say about the role of government and how are we to view elected leaders and politicians?
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | October 23, 2020
Can a society that embraces subjectivism and relativism acknowledge the objectively true Word of God?
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | October 23, 2020
What does it mean to live by a Biblical worldview in 2020? As Christians, what must we believe about the Bible and its relevance for us today?
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | October 20, 2020
What does it mean to live by a Biblical worldview in 2020? What does the Bible say about the role of government and how we are to view politicians and elected leaders?
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | September 16, 2020
You will find snippets from the following people: Linda Sarsour, Elizabeth Warren, Stacey Abrams, Sally Yates, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Chuck Schumer, Bill Clinton, John Kerry, and Dr. Jill Biden.
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | September 15, 2020
Denton: “If I stay silent while my brothers and sisters may be supporting an organization that supports grave evils, I have sinned through my silence.”
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | August 26, 2020
After these snippets of her 18-minute long speech that I’ve discussed here, do you get the feeling that Michelle Obama hates politics?
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | August 25, 2020
The Democratic Party emotionally advocated over and over for unity and empathy while simultaneously and consistently undermining Donald Trump and woke-scolding the American people.
The eradication of racism in this country or the world as a whole is not achievable by human power. Racism cannot be legislated away. It cannot be forced, marched, or protested away. It cannot be removed by payment of reparations.
By CHELSEA COMADOLL | August 6, 2020