About Me

My name is Jonathan Sedlak. I am an information junkie who is happily married to a very talented, beautiful, and godly wife (and mother): Alison Sedlak. I'm also the father of a little bundle of trouble-filled cuteness: Jadon, Eden, and Gaius Sedlak. In my spare time as a husband and father, I also dabble a little bit in hobbies which pay the bills. It turns out that I was born a natural electrician and electrical contractor, so when I was of age, I decided to work seven years to get my Master's credential as an electrician and start my own business as a certified Electrical Contractor in the field of electrical repairs, remodeling, and installation. I've been self-employed for many years since I made that decision. At this point you might be wondering when I find time to study and post things on this blog. The answer (as you might have guessed): while driving.


  1. Hi Jonathan,

    I couldn't find an e-mail address to contact you.

    I'm an atheist and a listener of Dogma Debate. I just wanted to pop in and tell you how much I enjoyed hearing your perspective. It's refreshing to hear a rich, complicated, and nuanced defense of the Christian faith which takes the scriptural texts seriously. It's exceptionally difficult to find such a thing these days.

    I was continually frustrated by David's approach to the conversation. So often he stresses the importance of getting Christians to engage these topics in a thoughtful manner... then when he finds one who does (in you) he insists you treat them thoughtlessly. I would have liked to hear him rise to your level instead of dragging you down to his.

    That's really all I wanted to share. I'm looking forward to digging into your blog this weekend. Thanks again!


    1. Thank you for your kind words, Jarrod. I receive all comments from this blog in my inbox. So if you have any questions or concerns about what you find here, just ask and I would be happy to help.

  2. Greetings of peace. I stumbled upon your blog while searching for information on parables in Matthew 13. I found myself captivated with a feeling of peace as I read the words and description of the Messiah.
    I so wish I could comprehend the parables for class. '

  3. Very interesting interview on Dogma Debates, -

    What is your view on Jordan Peterson ?