Does God the Father Hate His Beloved Son?

Some have gone so far as to claim that, as a penal substitute, Christ became the object of the Father’s ‘perfect hatred.’ Read more

Liturgy for the Low Church

I came to love liturgy late, but I am not going to leave it. Read more

Evangelical Moral Witness, Power, and the State

Since so much evangelical political theology is a string of tropes and one-liners, this term, “moral witness,” needs to be unpacked. Read more

“Who Told You That You Were ________ ?”

Here’s a question worth asking a divided and confused generation. Read more

The Reformation: 5 Ways it Changed Our World

For better and for worse, Christian and non-Christian, we live in a world dramatically shaped by that day 500 years ago. Read more

Is Stephen Paddock in Hell?

What truths can we cling to in order to somehow cope with this massive act of evil? Read more

Do Your Thoughts and Prayers Matter?

Do thoughts and prayers matter when hundreds are waking up with the news that their loved one has been killed by a shooter? When hurricanes destroy entire islands? As earthquakes devastate the lives of thousands? Read more

Why Heaven is NOT the Ultimate Destination

I know, I know—this is a radical change of view for many people. Stay with me… Read more

The Nashville Statement and Models of Pastoral Care

Is the Nashville Statement pastoral (enough) in approach? Read more

Why I Signed the Nashville Statement

The angry refusals of the Nashville Statement have been sadly revealing; the mincing and squeamish complaints, perhaps more so. Read more

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