3 Reasons To Question & Rethink Your Theology of the Cross (Atonement Series)

As we now turn a corner during the season of Lent, we begin to look towards the climactic end of Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. Each year as we approach this season, I find myself rethinking the cross. Not whether or not it happened, but rethinking the significance. As the years have gone by and [Read More…]

Justice Broken: How A Poor Theology Of The Cross Created America’s Broken Justice System

America’s justice system is broken, but why? The ultimate reason can be traced back to the influences of the penal substitution theory of the atonement which focuses on punishment, not restoration. To fix America’s broken justice system, we must recover a better understanding of the justice of the cross. [Read more…]

The Cross of Christ: The Symbol of a Tolerant God (my response to The Gospel Coalition)

Are Christians called to be intolerant of other viewpoints and lifestyles? Is God himself an intolerant God? The Gospel Coalition says yes, on both counts. Last week, the Gospel Coalition encouraged readers to reject the concept of being “tolerant” of others opting instead for the emulation of God’s supposed “intolerance”. The piece, which you can [Read More…]